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Pablo Neruda: Give us this day orange daylight, and every day, and may mankind’s heart, and its clusters of fruit, be both bitter and sweet: irrepressible source of freshness, may it hold and protect the earth’s mysterious simplicity, and the perfect oneness of an orange. [from Ode to The Orange]

Dahlia Ravikovich: An orange did love | The man who ate it, | To its flayer it brought | Flesh for the teeth. | An orange, consumed |  By the man who ate it,  Invaded his skin | To the flesh beneath.  [from The Love of an Orange]

Virginia Hamilton Adair: Your fingers pry the skin of a naval orange | Releasing tiny explosions of spicy oil… | Snows melt. The mountain silvers into many a stream. | The oranges are golden worlds in a dark dream.  [from Peeling an Orange]

Me: The orange is like a When I eat this salad it’s like Blood oranges! They are like the blahblahblah ugh! This is a tasty salad is it a salad or just a vegetables side? I don’t even know.  that I think you would like. You know how I like blood oranges! does anyone? I’m sort of obsessive. Is that annoying? I made this on a whim just be yourself, that’s right! and was so happy with the results. I think you’ll like it! you already said that. start over.

Hello. Just popping in to bring you a simple salad, a humble lunch. Winter fruit and spring greens join hands and walk together, merging seasons in my mind and belly. My heart longs for spring, but there is still beauty in white-washed horizons and tree branches glistening with snow.
‘In the depth of winter I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer.’ – Albert Camus

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Salad. I never cared for salad growing up, but I also never had fresh lettuce straight from the garden. It always came triple washed in plastic bags, with hard shredded carrots and a sprinkling of croutons.

Now, In the summer, we can’t get enough of it – all that delicious, beautiful lettuce, spinach and mixed greens gracing every grocery store and farmer’s market. We had several heads of lettuce in our CSA box this week, and I decided to get creative.

I am in love with this combination – peaches, caramelized onions and balsamic vinegar. A little sugar sweetens things nicely, and the warm fruit pairs so well with the lettuce. Ah, summertime. I love tasting the earth in those green leaves, the sky and wind in those fuzzy peaches.

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