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looking for Seville oranges in Delco

kjfrancis Jan 27, 2010 07:43 AM

Looking to marmalade lovers to help me locate Seville oranges ... anywhere in/near Delco will be fine.

I'm English ... I NEED my marmalade ... please help!


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    pschneider RE: kjfrancis Jan 31, 2010 01:22 PM

    I don't know Delco, but they usually have them in Philadelphia at the supermarket formerly called Supremo (I don't remember the current name) on Broad Street at Wingohocking, just above the Roosevelt Boulevard expressway. You could try other Latino- or Caribbean-oriented markets. They're usually called "naranja agria."

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      jsw324 RE: kjfrancis Feb 2, 2010 05:42 PM

      Hi, Kate:

      I have been following your thread, as I, too, was in search of Seville Oranges. I searched since early January, but the season for them is Jan/Feb, so I thought I would see them around, but searched in vain until tonight. I found plenty of them at the Whole Foods in Wynnewood (on Lancaster Pike). They are pricey (2 for $1), but worth it.

      They did not have them a few days ago, and neither did the Plymouth Mtg. WF or Wegmans. So I guess we should know they come out here in the first week of Feb. Enjoy making your marmalade!


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