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  • noun Common misspelling of marmalade.

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  • It is called marmelo in Portuguese (the root of the word marmelade) and sfarjel in Arabic, and is often made into a paste (dulce de mebrillo) that can be sliced and served with manchego cheese.

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  • It is called marmelo in Portuguese (the root of the word marmelade) and sfarjel in Arabic, and is often made into a paste (dulce de mebrillo) that can be sliced and served with manchego cheese.

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  • After class I had lunch again, I get really good food here, though pretty much only lunch because breakfast consists of bread overdate with a lot of chemicals in it and marmelade, that is it, and evening I have to fill my belly my own way.

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  • The little marmelade jar holds French vinaigrette.

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  • The little marmelade jar holds French vinaigrette.

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  • With French marmelade, the middle "e" must be pronounced.

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  • At first, I was suspicious – salty peanut paste and marmelade on the same toast?

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  • Ledeuil, who trained with Guy Savoy, is fascinated by Asia and makes imaginative use of oriental herbs and ingredients in original dishes like Sardinian malloreddus pasta with a pesto of Thai herbs, parmesan cream and green olive condiment, or grilled monkfish with an aubergine marmelade and Thai-seasoned sauce vierge. • 4 rue des Grands-Augustins, 6th, +33 1 44 32 00 32, zekitchengalerie.fr.

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  • In Austria, the traditional Fat Tuesday food are hole-less donuts filled with apricot marmelade called “Krapfen”.

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  • In Austria, the traditional Fat Tuesday food are hole-less donuts filled with apricot marmelade called “Krapfen”.

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