Citrus brightens winter days

“All along the coast of Italy, from Liguria down of course to Sicily, and especially southern Sicily, citrus grows beautifully,” Domenica Marchetti says

PHOTO: Lauren Volo; "It’s perfect in winter. It just gives you that nice, (cheerful) note to brighten a wintry day," Domenica Marchetti says of her bitter citrus marmalade.
Laura Brehaut, Postmedia News
Originally published on December 20, 2016; National Post
“When we get our first blood oranges, that is excitement,” chef Sally Clarke says. The London restaurateur looks forward to the delivery of Sicilian blood oranges more than any other wintertime fruit. Depending on the variety, blood oranges are in season from December through May. Their crimson flesh makes a versatile and refreshing addition to a winter’s table, and Clarke likes to showcase it in salads and desserts.
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