Which Contains Far Too Many Confusions...

Tony Fox tonyfox at beeb.net
Wed Mar 28 14:48:27 EST 2001


> Weirdly enough (for me) when I arrived in the UK, I discovered that
> "marmalade" only seems to apply to preserves made of citrus fruit, mainly
> oranges, but also lemon, limes etc. Everything else is either jam
(generic,
> "normal" preserve), jelly (strained and set), preserve(whenit actually
says
> that on the label. It's usu. runny and posh) and there is such a thing as
> damson cheese, which has no cheese in it at all, but is a strained
preserve
> made with damsons (plums) and cooked until it thickens lots more than
jelly.
> Did I get this right, o assorted list-Brits?
> Ania
>
> --

Yes, but a "chhese" should be thick enough to cut into slices

Chris

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