Bitter Orange Cocktails
Recipes History Bitter Orange Cocktails

What do you do with bitter/sour oranges? Due to their acid, they’re probably not anybody’s favorite fruit to peel and eat. But that abrasive personality makes them ideal for marinades, marmalades, salad dressings, sauces and spreads, homemade bitters and cocktails. Like other citrus, the bitter orange is native to southeast Asia, but it spread to Spain in the 10th Century and later to Mexico and the Caribbean as a side effect of colonialism in the new world.

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Recipes Recession-Proof Recipes: Lamejun

As long as there’s been flour, there’s been flatbread. And about as long as there’s been flatbread, there’s been folks tossing sauces and tidbits atop their flatbreads. Much later of course, such things were called “pizzas,” (there’s really no point in denying the lengthy, pre-Italian pizza history…) and now, pretty much any old cracker, bagel or tortilla with sauce on it is freely referred to as pizza . But let’s not forget those tasty flatbread precursors in our current age of pizza mania.

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About Me

Miss Ginsu is a nom-nom-nom de plume of Leitha Matz, who worked at Tabla and FreshDirect in NYC, wrote about the food scene from 2004 to 2009 in Brooklyn and presently lives in Berlin. Occasionally seen on TV cooking segments, Leitha has also written for FreshDirect, contributed to Cee Cee Berlin, The Food52 Cookbook and has been interviewed/quoted in The Food Keeper as well as The Washington Times and Salon.

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