Seville orange


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Seville orange

1. an orange tree, Citrus aurantium, of tropical and semitropical regions: grown for its bitter fruit, which is used to make marmalade
2. the fruit of this tree
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So it's no wonder that Greyson's Seville Orange & Persian Lime Gin scored the nod of approval from the judges - achieving one of the highest ever awards received for the supermarket's spirits range.
They're combined with fennel, lemon, cinnamon, Seville orange, juniper, and wok-roasted coriander for a sunbaked trail effect.
The Seville orange is a straight cross between the bitter pomelo (where our grapefruit and uglifruit come from) and the mandarin, with it's bright taste, juciness and deep perfume.
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Seville orange marmalade cruffin, PS1.50, Marks and Spencer 8 NEW YORK MINUTE Enjoy a lighter bite of New York life with these deliciously light bagels.
* Seville Orange Marmalade Bread & Butter Pudding (2.29 [pounds sterling]/500g), made with Seville Orange Marmalade and Madagascan Vanilla
Now they can be used in a broader sense with recipes that present Marmalade-Glazed Bacon Sandwiches, Roast Chicken with Perry, Apples and Kumquats made with a orange or lemon marmalade, and even ice cream made with marmalade, ginger and Seville orange. The wide range of savory and sweet dishes makes this an outstanding production peppered with full-page color photos throughout and a delicious attention to not just making marmalades, but using them in other dishes.
We'd never entered before but took Gold for our Seville orange and passionfruit marmalade and were contended for our lemon and Thai lemongrass marmalade."
has developed what it calls the "world's first Belgian White-style hard cider." The company describes the new cider as "Cloudy, with a golden hue reminiscent of wheat beer, [with] delicate aroma and taste, mirroring the Belgian coriander and orange peel profile, laced with the complexity of apple." Woodchuck cider maker John Matson--a Siebel grad who came to Woodchuck after stints at craft brewers Stoudt's, Shipyard and Otter Creek--notes the cider is made with the addition of ground coriander and Seville orange peel extract, made in-house.
My first pick this month, Ines Rosales Sweet Seville Orange Tortas, happens to coincide with the centennial of the company.
Instead, I had the spit half duck and Seville orange sauce, with green beans and crispy rosemary potatoes (pounds 14.95).