(1) The idea was that no one can really tell the difference between a clementine , a satsuma and a mandarin.(2) To serve, add rustic Tuscan touches with a gorgeous bunch of grapes, dried figs, walnuts, clementine oranges, and honey.(3) This time she brought sour cherries in kirsch syrup, and blood oranges in clementine syrup.(4) Carefully spoon in dollops over the clementines , then smooth over with a palette knife to completely cover.(5) There are potatoes (satisfyingly dirty), onions, broccoli, tomatoes, a lettuce, parsnips, bananas (very small), apples and clementines .(6) Like tangerines and satsumas, clementines are often a feature of Christmas stockings.(7) Tangerines are actually a type of mandarin orange as are clementines , but here in the US, the names are used interchangeably.(8) It didn't last - he couldn't afford the laundry bill - but his house smelt quietly of clementines for months.(9) The skins and zest were peeled and the clementines were sectioned.(10) I start every day with mango, grapes, cherries, melon and clementines , served on a Georgian silver tray.(11) All you get are inferior Spanish clementines and Florida tangerines, hard as bricks but not so tasty.(12) They also grow clementines and high quality olives for oil.(13) If you can't find fresh mandarins, you can substitute canned (drain the syrup first) or clementines , another sweet, juicy member of the mandarin family.(14) Glistening candied clementines stunned us with their gorgeous color.(15) What distinguishes the Corsican clementine from other varieties of clementines ?(16) Dip the clementines and grapes into the syrup to coat.
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