What’s in season: Clementines

If it’s possible to binge-eat fruits, then that’s my approach to clementines. They’re typically sold by the mini-crate, which I can empty myself over the course of a few days.

They are tiny, mostly seedless oranges, with peels that require very little effort to remove. Since the skin is soft, they’ll have significantly more give than a typical orange.

When selecting a crate of clementines, avoid moldy fruit or oranges with shriveled skin. And keep in mind that the orange netting always makes them appear slightly brighter than they actually are.

Categories: Dining, Food & Drink