Recent Examples of citrus from the Web
The familiar citrus juices, hot teas, ginger and honey are universal remedies, stretching from Asia to Latin America.
The vedalia beetle was brought in to the citrus orchards of California in the 1880s to take care of a serious pest, the cottony cushion scale.
The fried chicken thigh, marinated in citrus, sits under a crown of crunchy slaw and on a base of potato salad tinted by beets to a flamboyant pink.
Featured dishes are sea urchin with polenta and kelp; kanpachi with radish and citrus pulp; and chocolate cremeux with cocoa soil and mint.
What tied it all together was the perfectly seasoned citrus vinaigrette that mellowed out the bitter chicory and spices.
Factor in California’s continuing drought, which is challenging the future of the state’s entire citrus crop, to kishus’ uncertain future.
Most of the usually warm Florida peninsula also saw freezing temperatures Wednesday, prompting citrus growers to spray their crops and prevent damage by coating oranges in sheens of ice.
For many years, citrus growing in the Southeast has been concentrated in central and south Florida.
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