There are many ways of breaking a heart. Stories were full of hearts broken by love,
but what really broke a heart was taking away its dream - whatever that dream might be.
Pearl S. Buck

Wednesday, November 29

Satsuma Tangerine

Some days I wonder if I didn't grow up under a rock. I snuck a couple in my purse as I left my cousins house. They are a treat! Have you tried these little gems, the Satsuma?

mmmmmmmmmmmmmm sweet. And the skin on the sections is not as thick as oranges. My taste buds are happy today! I am not much of a tangerine eater, but these zipper skined orbs are just right for snacking.

Treat yourself to a basket. They make a great center piece, and you can eat them too! I am sure Martha has a recipe stashed somewhere for Satsuma Marmalade...

*wanders off to plan her next cooking adventure...*


  1. Thanks, I wish I could stay and chat, but things have gotten so hectic since the award...

    Call my secretary.

    We'll do lunch...

    Gotta run, I'm due in wardrobe.

  2. Why haven't I had any of these?

    That whole center piece thing was funny. I already have a center piece. It's an hp.

  3. I love all fruit. We vegetarians tend to do that a lot. Martha probably has an entire book about how to make centerpieces out of edibles. Ot maybe cafe curtains.

  4. I LOVE tangerines! I have never tried these, I wonder if i can find them in Oklahoma?

  5. I sure could use that recipe,

    We can grow satsumas here in Louisiana and our two trees are putting them out faster than we can eat them. We'll probably get 100 pounds from each tree. I am looking for ways to preserve them so we can enjoys them long after the season is over