Bright and juicy fresh oranges were definitely a welcome surprise in the cold grey days…
This silky turmeric orange flan is made with creamy coconut milk, a burst of turmeric flavor, and bright acidity from the orange. It’s rich and loaded with tantalizing caramel flavor.
Healthy eating advocates often tell us to eat the rainbow. This is a colorful and healthy Pomegranate Orange Salad. It’s light, tasty and filled with juicy oranges, tart pomegranate seeds, healthy avocado, and crunchy almonds. Keeping with healthy it’s topped with a light honey-sweetened dressing.
Make a new holiday dish of polenta with sausage and crispy sage. And for dessert, serve up chocolate pot de crèmes with a hint of orange and spicy cayenne.
An Italian holiday favorite, eggplant timballo is a stunning presentation for your table. Especially when served with a chili and orange chocolate polenta cake.
Create a beautiful dinner for guests of hearty shrimp pasta with a touch of spice and a soft orange polenta cake topped with a rich ganache.
Bring everyone together this holiday season with a hearty pancetta and shrimp pasta. Finish the Italian meal with a soft orange and chocolate polenta cake.
Blood oranges have it all, a little bit sweet, a touch tart, and a huge punch of color. Use the citrus in sweet and savory recipes, from cakes to salads.
Crispy cornmeal waffles are only improved by a swipe of butter with a kick and a drizzle of sweet citrus syrup to tie all three flavors together. Perfect for brunch.
Spatchcock chicken for a moist, juicy bird with perfect skin. This uses soy sauce, marmalade, ginger, and garlic for a glaze that caramelizes in the oven.
Wheat beer and orange zest add brightness to french toast to balance rich mascarpone while pistachios provide texture and nutty flavor. The perfect brunch.
Christmas cheer and cold temps have one remedy, a steaming, calming mug of lavender hot chocolate made warmer with the a measure of boozy orangey liquid.