Monday, January 22, 2007

The food tradition that is well worth preserving

The Guardian

By Zoe Williams

It's the nation's first marmalade festival, right in the middle of February, like a whole new kind of solstice. It will be held in the Lake District. Well, come on, where else would you hold a made-up jam-variant solstice? A competition for the best marmalade, which two bishops have already entered, is going to be judged by the WI. Quick! Someone tell Woman's Hour, before the whole thing gets pinched by The Daily Service!


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