Winter is actually my second favorite season for fruit, thanks to citrus. No other season really holds a candle to summer, of course.
To support the local high school band’s annual fund-raiser, my parents would order Florida-grown navel oranges and grapefruit by the box when I was little. Maybe my mom forced me to eat the fruit three times a day before our stock spoiled, but I grew to love the stuff regardless and now eat at least a grapefruit a day during the winter months.
I’m a purist at heart, perfectly content with just slicing the yellow spheres down the middle and spooning out the fruit. I love grapefruit’s flavor in almost anything, though, and recently found some inspiration on FeedFeed’s website:
Assuming you’ve got a functional oven and baking sheet, Lauren Kelp’s recipe only requires 10 minutes and three ingredients: grapefruit, ground cinnamon and turbinado sugar.
This recipe’s all about the dressing, which includes orange juice, olive oil and chili powder. I’m never not interested in a cilantro garnish, too.
Few things can help you see winter through rose-tinted shades like a margarita. This recipe’s chili-salt rim caught my attention.
Today being #piday and all, I’m going to just leave this here…