March 31st, 2000 Jammin' Spreading the word on fruit preserves By Sam Gugino Suzanne Firestone got herself into a jam. And she doesn't want to get out. When Firestone's future husband, Bill Levine, became part-owner of a café in the Murray Hill section of New York in 1980, she convinced him to serve an orange-apricot marmalade made from an old family recipe.
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