Posted 21 March 2011 - 11:32 PM
But on the Che Guevara highway filling up with gasoline
Fidel Castro's brother spies a rich lady who's crying
Over luxury's dissapointment
So he walks over and he's trying
To sympathize with her, but thinks that he should warn her
That the Thirld World is just around the corner
Posted 25 March 2011 - 07:15 PM
You deserve a triumphant mouthful of meat........Lily to Marshall as he searches for the best burger in NY on HIMYM
Posted 26 March 2011 - 10:00 AM
Every winter I buy blood oranges once or twice because I love how they look. The blush on the rind, the color of the pulp. But it seems like they never taste that good. They aren't as sweet as many other oranges, in my experience, but that's not really the problem. Often they just aren't very juicy. I seem to get rather dry, wrinkly pulp fairly frequently.
Is this an inherent issue with blood oranges or is it just that the ones we get in NYC aren't terribly good? Or have I just been unlucky?
They have to be really fresh -- they don't keep as well as regular oranges.
When they are fresh they are really superb -- there are some varieties from Sicily, which when you get them in season in Italy are just great.
Tarocco, I just recalled is the magic name.