satsuma

  1. Morning Glory

    Recipe Tomato and Satsuma Salad with Roquefort and Chicory

    You could substitute another blue cheese for Roquefort or perhaps use Feta and you could substitute oranges, tangerines or clementines for the satsumas. The main point here is the taste combination of salty cheese, sweet and sour orange and tomato and bitter chicory. I haven't given quantities...
  2. ChowDownBob

    Is it just me - or do pips take all the fun out of eating oranges and grapes?

    I love oranges, satsumas, tangerines, and grapes but only the seedless variety. Whenever I get a pipped (is that even a word?) grape or orange I end up moving them around in my mouth to manipulate the pip to the front and it takes all the enjoyment out of eating it. How about you?
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