Friday, January 14, 2022

A Little Sumo Season

Gentle Friends, you may know or not about me that I can become obsessed with some things in my life.  One of these things is Sumo Citrus Season.  It's a short season from about mid-January to the first of April... that these delicious oranges are around.  I started stalking the produce at the two Safeways we go to and even the fruit vendor I get things from over in the Richmond District... well they came in this past week and we got some this morning...  here's a snap...

.. they are big and juicy and without seeds (usually)... a little pricey but so worth it!  Off to lunch at Patxi's Pizza with some friends today ... a super way to start off the weekend!
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edgar

8 comments:

  1. Dearest Edgar: I have had this fruit, it is amazing how sweet and juicy they are, so yummy.
    Have afun eating pizza, another yummy food.

    Catherine

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  2. I'm obsessed with them too and haven't seen any yet here in VA. Have a fabulous weekend.

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  3. Well, another "new" for me and another "really-wanna-try." We are truly and really isolated and eons behind things here in Nod I swear. Enjoy your weekend! ~Robin~

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  4. I could not agree more. They are wonderful . So far , I haven't seen them in our stores yet. But as you might know, all the passes in the Cascades were closed last week! Our shelves are kind of bare!

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  5. They have a very unusual shape. You can tell just by looking at them that they are sweet and juicy. It's the little things right? Enjoy.

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  6. I'll be at Berkeley Bowl tomorrow and will keep an eye out for them. I'm thinking mimosas with my noon time breakfast. :-)

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  7. Thanks for the heads up, Edgar! Have seen ads for them through Instagram, but haven't seen any in person yet. Have a fabulous weekend!

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  8. I love the Sumo "oranges." They are $3 a pop where I live (VA) but worth it. They are delicious!

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