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Blood Oranges
The name best describes one aspect of the fruit's uniqueness...its deep red flesh color. However, it does not do justice to the fruit's other exceptional quality -- rich orange flavor with overtones of raspberry and strawberry... More »

Blood orange - Wikipedia

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The blood orange is a variety of orange (Citrus × sinensis) with crimson, almost- blood-colored flesh. The fruit is roughly the same size as an average orange, but  ...

The Best Time of Year to Buy Blood Oranges | Healthy Eating | SF ...

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Blood oranges might sound unappetizing, but they earned that name because of the vivid red color of their flesh. The fruit is similar in taste and texture to a ...

Blood Oranges

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The blood orange is a kind of orange with a deep scarlet color on the inside. The skin pigment on the outside is also darker. They usually mature mid- Blood ...

Blood Oranges Info & Facts | The Fruit Company®

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With the unique deep red color, it's not hard to guess where Blood Oranges got their name. This delicious fruit gets it's signature color from a pigment called ...

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Blood Oranges

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Jan 23, 2008 ... Blood oranges are “bloody” from a pigment called anthocyanin, which is widely found in the plant kingdom and can appear red as in cherries ...

Melissa's Fresh Blood Oranges (4 lbs.): Amazon.com: Grocery ...

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One of the most extraordinary citrus varieties, Blood Oranges are irresistible, their juicy flesh is deep red, with berry flavored undertones. Freshly picked from ...

Blood Orange Sources | The Splendid Table

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Co-owner "Agatella" Musco is from a prominent Catanese family, and her store is the best place in New York to buy Sicilian Blood Oranges ($1.50 to $3 a pound).

Blood Oranges Add Color to Dishes and Desserts — A Good Appetite

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Jan 11, 2013 ... Salads, cakes and main courses like fish all benefit from the addition of the crimson-fleshed blood orange, now in season.