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December 20, 2006

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» Citrus Juice, Citrus Zest from talkoftomatoes.com
I don’t just love using oranges and lemons and limes. I love using ALL of them (okay, maybe sans the pith). It is sheer pride and all smiles when I use both the rind and the juice from one of my citrus friends. I feel so responsible, so deliberate in... [Read More]

Comments

Thomas

First Christmas meal I am helping prepare. Any suggestions?

Tanna

Oh, that seems delightful. And simple but would pack a punch!

Kalyn

I am definitely going to make this! Thanks for sharing the recipe; it sounds like it would be wonderful on fish especially.

Rosa

That's a great idea...

Jeff

Brilliant idea!

Jennifer

Ooh that sounds delish! Thank you for posting that. I have to try that sometime!

aria

my husband and his dad would *love* that. so sophisticated, yum!

gattina

almost smell that zesty fragrance...

s'kat

That sounds so bright and cheerful!

Kate

Great salts have become one of my current favs in the kitchen. I have some fleur de sel and a wonderful chardonnay smoked salt that makes me swoon. This sounds awesome!

mandira

that sounds so good. I think it will taste good sprinkled over fresh cut fruits, just to add a kick to the taste!

Christine

Thanks for sharing this Sher. Citrus Salt is being made 'round the world since your post, I'm certain!

Kristen

This is such a simple idea, but one that I know we would use all the time. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

Garrett

I did that for people for gifts one x-mas. Also made peppercorn salt, chili lime salt, and lavendar salt.

Teresa

Thanks for the recipe. I'm making some right now as a gift for a friend!

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