12 Recipes With Orange: A Sort-of-Seasonal Menu

So, locavores, you're at least a month into winter crops and getting sick of root vegetables and last fall's apples. What to do? Cheating is okay—but if you don't want to ditch seasonality entirely, why not gravitate toward citrus fruits, which are in season in California and Florida? Sort of, kind of, well-maybe-not-but-it's-okay-anyway sustainable, plus they just taste good. Here's a recipe collection for those of you who want to embrace the idea, with 12 recipes that make use of oranges.

12 Recipes With Orange: A Sort-of-Seasonal Menu
Orange-ginger roasted chicken, spiced ricotta and orange pancakes, and more.

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