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Citrus

  • Winter Citrus and Red Chicories Salad

    A crisp colorful salad in the dead of winter can make a meal feel luxurious. Radicchio and its crimson cousins in the chicory family, Chiogga, Treviso and Tardivo, make an eye-popping display with red…

  • Maya Citrus Salsa With Red Snapper

    Xec (pronounced “shek”) is a sweet, sour, juicy citrus salsa from Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, and it makes a brilliant match with almost any kind of fish, cooked almost any kind of way. The combination…

  • Key Lime and Meyer Lemon Swirl Pie

    Key lime pie is incredibly simple to make. The only thing it requires is the patience to squeeze 2 dozen tiny key limes by hand (or access to good quality fresh key lime juice).…

  • Citrus Rice Salad With Parmesan

    In all of American cooking there is probably no term less meaningful than “salad.” I’m racking my brain for a way to narrow the definition, but the best I can do is a dictionary-like…

  • Ecuadorian Canelazo

    Naranjilla, which I mistakenly described as a clementine in my first mention of it, and as a sour orange in my second mention of it, is actually a herbaceous nightshade shrub – not a…

  • The Battle of Ivrea

    Tyler Drinkwater of the West Village restaurant Dell’anima has proved how well wine, rum and bitters can work together. This drink is named after the Italian city where residents re-enact the Battle of the…