I’d book-marked a marmalade cake by Diana Henry as a cake to make – a rare event as I usually make up my own recipes (it’s how I earned my living before I ‘retired’). Anyway, I did tweak it a bit, including adding a little beremeal to the flour to give it that Orkney touch. Now, I am not the world’s greatest baker and am well aware that there are many Orcadians who bake beautifully, but this cake is delicious! Diana used soft brown sugar and wholemeal self-raising flour – I had neither of those. What really makes the flavour for me was using the juice of a left-over Seville instead of a sweet orange when she calls for the juice of half an orange. It’s definitely a January/February marmalade-time cake from now on! The cake was cut while still warm after being glazed with a little more marmalade. Diana’s recipe is here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/recipes/9533441/Marmalade-loaf-cake-recipe.html.