Saturday, December 28, 2013
It might be getting cold outside, but winter is the perfect time to add a bright burst of citrus to your flavor palate. Charleston’s best bars and restaurants are promoting sweet and savory offerings that feature all of the exciting citrus items in season, including Florida navel oranges, ruby red grapefruit, honey tangerines, Satsuma Mandarin oranges, blood oranges, clementines, Pummelos and Meyer lemons.
Limehouse Produce is excited to be sharing these featured dishes and drinks on their Facebook page along with recipes for people to download and try on their own. Restaurants and bars who are part of this promotion include:
Sweet and Savory:
• Culinary Institute of Charleston: Meyer Lemon and Olive Oil Cake, White Chocolate and Goat Cheese Mouse, Rosemary Infused Strawberry Jam
• The Glass Onion: Chocolate Orange Pound Cake and Orange Cream Pie
• Lana: Preserved Lemon Risotto
• Magnolias, Cypress, Blossom: Meyer Lemon Meringue Cream Puff with Blood Orange Supremes and Grand Marnier Anglaise
• Scratch Taco Boutique: Duck Confit with citrus-fennel slaw, a lime jalapeno gastique served on a flour tortilla
• Tristan: Simple Clementine Marmalade
• Wild Olive: Blood Orange Sorbet
• Barsa Tapas & Lounge: Sangria de Cava
• Fish restaurant: Housemade Grapefruit-green Peppercorn Simple Syrup
• Kiawah Island Golf Resort: Cran-Orange Margarita
• Jim ‘N Nicks Bar-B-Q: Peachy Keen and Pitman’ Derby
• Warehouse: Where the Crosswalks End and Home Town Fizz
• Wild Olive: Sienna Sunset
To learn more and print the recipes, visit https://www.facebook.com/pages/Limehouse-Produce/145010405572579. All participants will be judged in early 2014 by a panel of culinary experts and the winner of the best dish or drink will be featured in Limehouse ad space in an upcoming issue of The Local Palate.
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