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supreme v. to remove the skin, pith, membranes, and seeds of a citrus fruit and separate its wedges. Also as noun, a wedge of citrus fruit. We have the French to thank for inventing this technique, which divides the peel and pith from the succulent fruit that resides underneath. Basically, supreming is a sophisticated culinary … Read More
After all that time eating salads after I quit smoking, I finally burned out. Or at least I thought I had burned out on them. It turns out, I was just tired of Ranch Dressing. To help get myself out of the salad rut, I have been exploring new types of salads and dressings. I came … Read More
Here are 12 facts you may not have known about kiwis: Kiwis have been growing in New Zealand for over 100 years. Once the fruit gained in popularity, other countries started to grow them including Italy, France, Chile, Japan, South Korea and Spain. At first, kiwis were referred to as ‘Yang Tao’ or ‘Chinese Gooseberry,’ … Read More