You say you don't like marmalade, try it try it and you will.
As a child I didn't like marmalade. I thought it was bitter and nasty.
Then, as an adult, I discovered the lovely flavors of kumquats, mandarin kumquats, limequats, etc, and I began to think "Oh, Sam-I-am I do like marmalade, I do! I like it with kumquats, and limequats, and etc..."
This week I picked up a handful of Seville Oranges. You know, the bitter oranges of which traditional marmalade is made. And I made marmalade. Traditional marmalade.
It is lovely, and orange, and appears to be jelling nicely.. but... I have discovered that I still don't like marmalade Sam-I-am. This beautiful, lovely smelling stuff is bitter in a way that after tasting it I had to eat a medicinal homemade marshmallow to rid my pour mouth of the sensation that my tongue was turning inside out. Ya. That bad.
(And yes, I did carefully strip only the zest. I left all the pith behind. It is just the seville I do not like.)