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The Winter Rind

Oranges bring color, flavor, and a hint of the tropics to the table.

By Sheryl Julian and Julie Riven
February 20, 2005

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When you walk through the produce section of a market, it's not hard to notice which fruit is most plentiful. Oranges are stacked so high, you have to wonder why they don't topple over. We do our bit to make the piles smaller, pulling dozens of the bright orange globes off the displays and then using them in all kinds ... (Full article: 1697 words)

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