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  1. Le kumquat dans les trucs et astucesArticle
    Le kumquat est un agrume qui se nomme aussi le fortunella et qui fait partie de la famille des rutacées. Le kumquat est originaire de Chine et de Malaisie et existe en Europe depuis 1846 puis aRead more
  2. photo 9 ‘New’ Fruits to Try9 ‘New’ Fruits to TryArticle
    breakfast spread. 2. KumquatKumquat trees can be found all over So Cal, and this citrus fruit resembles a tiny oval orange. About the size of a large olive, the kumquat is usually eaten raw, the sweetRead more
  3. photo 4 Colorful Cold Slaw Recipes: Go Beyond Ordinary Coleslaw4 Colorful Cold Slaw Recipes: Go Beyond Ordinary ColeslawArticle
    vegetables, fresh mangoes, roasty peanuts, and a spunky, spicy ginger-sesame dressing. MEGA-GREEN: Shredded Brussels Sprouts, Kale, and Kumquat Salad, from YumSugar. If you thought a raw salad fullRead more
  4. photo 3 Unique Food Combinations You’re Going to See (and Taste) Everywhere in 20163 Unique Food Combinations You’re Going to See (and Taste) Everywhere in 2016Article
    from ingredients like Peruvian chilies — rocoto, aji amarillo and aji panca — are contrasted with such tangy accents as lime, rice vinegar, tamarind, Meyer lemon, cranberry and kumquats,” WCFCourierRead more
  5. photo Make These Autumn Red Sangria Recipes Right NowMake These Autumn Red Sangria Recipes Right NowArticle
    for this list. It’s filled with intriguing spices and fruit (it has cranberries, black peppercorns, kumquats, tangerines, and ginger shrub), and features Brut Cava. We think this is one of those red sangriaRead more
  6. photo Tray of TogethernessTray of TogethernessArticle
    sticks, said to bring many children Red melon seeds, because the color symbolizes happiness and joy Candied winter melon, representing growth and good health Kumquats, because the gold representsRead more
  7. photo Sustainable Food & Wine Tasting Event Pours into PasadenaSustainable Food & Wine Tasting Event Pours into PasadenaArticle
    , both of the chefs will demonstrate how to creatively work with seasonal produce including Brussels sprouts, kumquats, fennel and butternut squash to prepare high-end/low-impact cuisine. A five-courseRead more
  8. photo Meatless Monday Recipe Roundup: Eating on the GoMeatless Monday Recipe Roundup: Eating on the GoArticle
    to your snack repertoire comes via Munchin with Munchkin. These Kumquat Poppy Seed Scones can be fished from any purse and paired with a midday tea (or coffee) for something oh-so satisfying. image: BowlRead more
  9. photo Drinking Less This Year? 3 Tips for Fun, Booze-Free BeveragesDrinking Less This Year? 3 Tips for Fun, Booze-Free BeveragesArticle
    or a light juice. And though mint is delicious, don’t just stick to a “fauxhito” — any seasonal herbs can add intrigue to your drink, and organic citrus from lemon to kumquat brings tart, bitter flavorRead more
  10. photo Last-Minute Thanksgiving TipsLast-Minute Thanksgiving TipsArticle
    every dish with color. Use items like grapes, kumquats, fresh herbs, cranberries and citrus zest. Serve organic wine in clear glasses to help guests appreciate its color.   Focus on food safety. EatRead more

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Kumquat

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Kumquats (or cumquats in Australian English) (UK /ˈkʌmkwɒt/; US /ˈkʌmˌkwɑːt/ or /ˈkʌmkwɔːt/) are a group of small fruit-bearing trees in the flowering plant family Rutaceae, either forming the genus Fortunella, or placed within Citrus sensu lato. The edible fruit closely resembles that of the orange (Citrus sinensis), but it is much smaller, being approximately the size and shape of a large...More