citrus Archives

The Dish: Lime Popcorn

family eating popcorn
by in Dining | Uncategorized

Closing out our month of citrus it’s time to talk about limes. I had a surprisingly difficult time coming up with a recipe to adequately showcase these little green buggers. With award season and the Super Bowl upon us I thought this would be a great opportunity to make some snacks for while you’re gathered… Read More →

The Dish: Fresh Orange and Beet Salad

orange beet salad cropped

My ultimate go to salad for any occasion is this orange and beet salad. I found it in a cookbook on New Orleans cuisine years ago and I make it every chance I get. It’s great for serving a crowd or makes a light lunch during the week. This salad is perfect for the winter… Read More →

The Dish: Spicy Spaghettini with Preserved Lemon

preserved lemons

Preserved lemons are an amazing addition to pasta dishes, roasted or grilled meats, vegetables, even cocktails! Their tangy and salty flavor adds a Mediterranean vibe to any dish. Preserved lemons can be bought at specialty food stores or ordered online, but if you have a lemon tree in your backyard like I do, try your… Read More →

The Dish: Citrus Salad with Star Anise

citrus platter

Any Arizona native can tell you that this is the best time of year for citrus and for the month of January I’ll be giving you refreshing, pucker worthy recipes to utilize these tangy fruits. To start off the new year right, try this light simple salad. Splash it with your favorite anise liqueur like… Read More →

The Five C’s of Arizona

by in Economy | Infographics

Copper, cattle, cotton, citrus and climate. These “Five C’s” were the core of Arizona’s economy when it first became a state. Though not as important today, they assist in bringing residents and tourists alike to Arizona. If you went to elementary school here you may have heard of these in the classroom. If not, here… Read More →