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China also bought more than $240 million in fresh citrus and table grapes from California in 2016, according to the department's data.
Prune, orange, citrus, spice, brown sugar and sassafras are present in this black-as-tar wine.
Also look for fermented onions, citrus and asparagus, along with beet kvass and beet kvass char, carrot kvass, cold brew kombucha tea in two flavors, coconut kefir in four flavors and two dips, along with other tasty treats.
Roman employs them for her roasted pork shoulder with garlic and citrus.
The home was gorgeous, with stone walls, marble columns, a bronze fountain out front and citrus trees out back.
Some of the main dishes convey that sunny Mediterranean feeling, too, like the Spanish mackerel ($21) that’s cured with fennel and citrus, seared and served with a salad of beets, squash, pita chips and Greek yogurt.
Scientists are developing a gene-editing tool that could eliminate disease in Florida citrus and other crops.
After dessert — a cushiony cotton cheesecake drenched in citrus and huckleberry flavors — Owens jokingly asked what the next course would be.
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Definition of citrus for English Language Learners
: a juicy fruit (such as an orange, grapefruit, or lemon) that has a thick skin and that comes from a tree or shrub that grows in warm areas
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