Ray dropped off a bag of what looked and smelled like grapefruits from an East LA backyard garden. They were somewhat fragile, with a delicate peel that did not keep well. Since commercial varieties of citrus have been developed for long storage, this was a tip that this was not a grapefruit I could purchase. When I peeled one to taste, it was very seedy (another clue that this was not a commercial variety, but perhaps a volunteer hybrid), but was also extraordinarily sweet, tasting somewhat like a naval orange with a grapefruit aroma. Since our Co-op uses citrus seeds to make our own pectin, this was a wonderful discovery. This was marmalade super-star potential, in a peel! Cooked with vanilla and Earl Gray tea, this turned out to be a very sweet and aromatic marmalade. Ray, is this the next ‘pixie tangerine’, a future super star of the citrus world?