The blocky confection took on a tremendously different meaning in England.
In 1524, Henry VIII got a box of “marmaladoo” as something special from a Mr. Hull of Exeter. Although the name from the combat got glaringly and unusually misspelled on package, it at the very least conjures the thought of marmalade — particularly the tangy, crystalline orange-and-peel jam that is long pleased Brits at morning meal energy. “Precisely why Portugal’s Marmelada Preferences Nothing Can Beat Marmalade.”の続きを読む