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Citrus and Pomegranate Fruit Salad Recipe

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Looking for a sweet dessert that won’t make you feel guilty after? Then consider this ...

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Citrus Tart Recipe

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Introducing our first annual Pittman & Davis Employee Citrus contest. The goal was to create ...

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Winter Citrus Salad Recipe

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Salad has evolved and come a long way. In regards to salad preparation you are ...

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Candied Citrus Recipe

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Prep: 15 minutes Cook: 25 minutes Stand: 4 hours Yield: Makes about 3 cups 2 ...

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Pear-Blue Cheese Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette Recipe

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Prep: 15 minutes Yield: 4 servings 2 tablespoons fresh Navel orange juice 2 tablespoons fresh ...

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Homemade Citrus Salad Recipe

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Prep: 20 minutes Yield: 4 servings 2 blood oranges or tangerines, peeled and thinly sliced ...

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Citrus Yogurt Bowl Recipe

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Feel free to double or triple this recipe. Serve topped with granola or chopped nuts, ...

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Lesser-Known Texas Citrus Varieties

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Image via Wikipedia While those familiar with the greatest gems of the Texas citrus lineup may be able to name several varieties grown in the state, those produced in the Rio Grande Valley, in particular , there are many varieties that, for one reason or another, are not as well-known.... more

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Texas Citrus Rootstocks

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Image via Wikipedia In Texas, a few different rootstocks are available for citrus growers, and depending on the conditions where the Texas citrus grower is producing oranges or grapefruits, one rootstock may be preferable to another. Of course, the sour orange rootstock is the most common Texas citrus rootstock for... more

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Texas Citrus: Red Grapefruit

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The grapefruit almost didn't make it in America. What is now one of our largest citrus crops was a bona fide flop when it arrived in Florida in 1823. The exotic island fruit is a hybrid fruit, a cross between an Indonesia pomelo and a Jamaican orange. Unfortunately it didn't... more

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