A Clementine is Everything an Orange Should Be

Last Christmas I discovered clementines. Publix sells huge carts of them for $5.99. They are easy to peel, have no seeds, and are not very sticky. I highly recommend this sweet and tidy fruit! The following is Wikipedia's definition....

A clementine is the hesperidium of a variety of mandarin orange (Citrus reticulata), named in 1902.[citation needed] A clementine is an oblate, medium-sized citrus fruit. The exterior is a deep orange colour with a smooth, glossy appearance. Clementines separate easily into eight to fourteen juicy segments. They are very easy to peel, like a tangerine, but lack the tangerine's sourness and seeds. Clementines are also known as seedless tangerines, but sometimes contain seeds.


1 comment:

jillespooner said...

I think you should use the picture of you decorating the tree as your permanent template...it fits the title of your blog!!
By the way, the Evans side of the family loves clementines.

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