Recent Examples of citrus from the Web
The young chef brings a trio of spankingly fresh urchins, whole scampi, and fish carpaccio, naked but for a few drops of olive oil and citrus.
At a recent meal, a hamachi crudo was sliced a little too thickly and a little too far ahead of time and served timidly with mint and Japanese citrus.
Think porcelain-enameled cast iron in hot hues, from jade to citrus.
For more than 400 years, Puerto Rico's economy was based on agriculture, historically focused on sugar cane, tobacco and citrus fruits.
It’s full of fresh veggies, citrus fruit, healthy fats (hey there, avocado!), lean protein, and tons of flavor.
Irma subjected Florida’s citrus groves to fruit losses that have wiped out some farmers.
The beer is made tart by a process called kettle souring (the fast, cheap way to sour a beer) and then given an abundance of citrus-forward hops.
The style is a take on a radler, a traditional German mixture of beer and citrus juice or soda, originally created to sate thirsty cyclists.
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