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Celebrate the Holidays with Citrus

Oranges. Grapefruit. Lemons. Limes. Tangerines. Satsumas. Although a lot of people think of citrus as a summery-sunshine fruit, it’s really at its peak now, making these juicy, delicious fruits available for a variety of cold-weather menus and holiday dishes.

Roast Duck with Mandarin Citrus Sauce

Roast Duck with Mandarin Citrus SauceOranges. Grapefruit. Lemons. Limes. Tangerines. Satsumas. Although a lot of people think of citrus as a summery-sunshine fruit, it’s really at its peak during fall and early winter, making these juicy, delicious fruits available for a variety of cold-weather menus and holiday dishes like this Dry-Brined Spiced Citrus Turkey, this Roast Pork Loin with Thyme-Citrus Jam and this gorgeous Roast Duck with Mandarin Citrus Sauce.
The simple rule for choosing citrus fruits is that they should feel firm and heavy for their size. Good color and a fresh appearance are also important.

Not only is citrus is high in vitamin C and fiber, it’s great for eating out of hand or enjoying in a variety of recipes ranging from beverages to salads, soups to sauces, vinaigrettes, desserts and baked goods.

Grapefruit and Beet Salad

Remember, citrus is often interchangeable in recipes. Here are some recipes and ideas:

What’s your favorite citrus fruit? Do you have a good recipe or an idea? Let me know.

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