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  Mandarin Orange
Mandarin is a group name for a class of oranges with thin, loose peel, which have been dubbed "kid-glove" oranges.
The mandarin orange is considered a native of south-eastern Asia and the Philippines.
Mandarin oranges of all kinds are primarily eaten out-of-hand, or the sections are utilized in fruit salads, gelatins, puddings, or on cakes.
www.hort.purdue.edu /newcrop/morton/mandarin_orange.html   (2166 words)

  
 Orange,Tangerine & Mandarin Facts Information Page
The Navel Orange, so named for their "belly button" at the blossom end, were discovered in the 1820's as an unusual growth on a Salata tree in Salvador, Brazil, but are believed to have originated in China.
The mandarin orange is native to southeastern Asia and has been widely cultivated in orange-growing regions of the world.
Three essential oils are obtained from oranges: oil of orange, obtained from the rind of the fruit and used principally as a flavoring agent; oil of petigrain, obtained from the leaves and twigs and used in perfumery; and oil of neroli, obtained from the blossoms and used in flavorings and perfumes.
haggen.fruitbouquet.com /fruit-facts/orange-facts.html   (742 words)

  
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 Wegmans Fresh Products Produce Mandarin Orange
This tiny orange has a thin peel and a tangy, sweet, red-orange flesh thats usually seedless.
A cross between a tangerine and an orange.
To peel mandarins for eating out of hand, wedge thumb between peel and flesh.
www.wegmans.com /kitchen/ingredients/produce/fruit/mandarin.asp   (200 words)

  
 Mandarin Garnet   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The gemmological examination proceeded to confirm initial suppositions: it was a find involving the rare orange gemstone variety known as 'spessartine' from the large, colourful garnet family.
As far as their colour and their brilliance went they were very similar to the mandarin garnets from Namibia, even if the experienced specialist was able to discern some subtle differences.
First, of course, there is its colour, that radiant orange, sometimes with slight brown undertones, in the whole range of hues from ripe peach to deep reddish-orange.
www.gemstone.org /gem-by-gem/english/mandarin.html   (1126 words)

  
 Mandarin orange - Allrecipes
A loose-skinned ORANGE category that includes several varieties that can be sweet or tart, seedless or not and can range in size from as small as an egg to as large as a medium grapefruit.
Dancy ORANGEs are similar in size and color (and equally rich-flavored) to clementines but have a plenitude of seeds.
Mandarin ORANGEs can, depending on the variety, be found in the market from November through June.
allrecipes.com /howto/mandarin-orange/detail.aspx   (231 words)

  
 Orange,Tangerine & Mandarin Facts Information Page
The Navel Orange, so named for their "belly button" at the blossom end, were discovered in the 1820's as an unusual growth on a Salata tree in Salvador, Brazil, but are believed to have originated in China.
The mandarin orange is native to southeastern Asia and has been widely cultivated in orange-growing regions of the world.
Three essential oils are obtained from oranges: oil of orange, obtained from the rind of the fruit and used principally as a flavoring agent; oil of petigrain, obtained from the leaves and twigs and used in perfumery; and oil of neroli, obtained from the blossoms and used in flavorings and perfumes.
www.mandarinfruit.com /index.html   (717 words)

  
 Mandarin Orange - Glossary - Hormel Foods
Tangerines and mandarins are sometimes mistakenly referred to as the same fruit but tangerines are actually a subgroup of the mandarins, so all tangerines are classified as a type of mandarin orange.
Mandarins are known for their easily separated slices that make serving the fruit a simple and clean process.
Mandarins and tangerines can be eaten fresh or are readily available as a canned orange, either of which can be used in fruit salads, as snacks, in desserts, puddings, and custards, or as a flavoring for meat marinades.
www.hormel.com /kitchen/glossary.asp?id=37255&catitemid=   (389 words)

  
 Floridata: Citrus reticulata
Well known mandarin orange cultivars include the very easy-peeling and delicious 'Clementine'; 'Cleopatra', which also is used as root stock; 'Dancy', the most common commercial tangerine in Florida; 'Ponkan', a larger, low-acid type; and 'Changsha', perhaps the most cold hardy of all the sweet citrus fruits.
Mandarin oranges, with their glossy dark green leaves, fragrant springtime blossoms, and bright orange fruits, are beautiful little specimen trees in the home landscape.
The caterpillar, called an "orange dog", is itself a spectacular creature - it looks like a 2 in (5.1 cm) long white and brown mottled bird dropping until disturbed, at which time it extends a bizarre pair of bright orange antler-like "scent horns" (osmateria) that stink to high heaven.
www.floridata.com /ref/c/citr_ret.cfm   (992 words)

  
 Welcome to the Mountain Mandarin Festival
In Japanese, mandarin is mikan; in India; it is the suntara.
Mandarins were first imported from China into the Mediterranean region through the port of Tangiers, hence the name tangerine.
Mandarins probably originated in China and were taken to India by traders.
www.mandarinfestival.com /AboutMandarins.html   (891 words)

  
 Mandarin Orange Varieties
But different varieties of mandarins, in contrast, produce fruit that varies widely in sweetness and other qualities, and that can befuddle consumers who have grown accustomed to uniformity in crops.
Field testing hasn’t yet been completed, but the consensus in mandarin circles is that it is the finest clementine ever released in the United States.
The so-called Pixie-like is in a race with another exciting fruit – a cross between a pomelo and a blood orange – to be the next release.
www.seasonalchef.com /mandarins.htm   (823 words)

  
 Mandarin Orange, Gorgonzola and Almond Delight - Allrecipes
In a small bowl, whisk together 2 tablespoons reserved mandarin orange juice, oil, and vinegar.
In a large salad bowl, toss together the toasted almonds, mandarin oranges, mixed salad greens, and Gorgonzola cheese.
I believe the fresh oranges added a nice texture and more flavor than the mandarin.
www.allrecipes.com /Recipe/Mandarin-Orange-Gorgonzola-and-Almond-Delight/Detail.aspx   (250 words)

  
 Mountain Mandarin Growers' Association: Recipes
Drizzle Snow's Citrus Court Mandarin Orange Syrup on a plate, place cheesecake slice on syrup, drizzle more syrup over cheesecake top, garnish with a round of fresh Mandarin orange and a sprig of fresh mint.
Mix frozen orange juice concentrate, sugar, water and orange rind together in saucepan.
Fold cream, brandy snaps, mandarin oranges and brandy, if you are using it, into the custard.
www.mountainmandarins.com /recipes.htm   (1273 words)

  
 Mandarin Orange Pound Cake
I've always loved to use mandarin oranges in breakfast cakes and muffins; their special sweetness seems to be the perfect start to a day.
Add the orange and vanilla extracts and orange peel, and beat using the mixer at low speed.
In a small, heavy saucepan over medium heat, reduce the reserved mandarin orange juice until thick and syrupy, about 3 tablespoons in all.
www.globalgourmet.com /food/special/2000/fields/orange.html   (276 words)

  
 Cooks.com - Recipes - Mandarin Orange Salad
Combine the greens, onions, mandarin oranges and almonds.
juice, water, syrup from mandarin oranges and marmalade.
in a large bowl, mandarin oranges, onion rings and lettuce.
www.cooks.com /rec/search/0,1-0,mandarin_orange_salad,FF.html   (167 words)

  
 Spessartite Garnet Gemstones (and natural mandarin orange garnet)
This spessartite gem has bright mandarin orange color (100% natural color - this gemstone is unheated and untreated).
This rare size orange spessartite gem is nicely cut with good brilliance and it faces up eye-clean with some very faint natural inclusions that are only visible under magnification with close inspection.
This mandarin garnet cabochon gem (an intense orange variety of spessartite garnet) was mined in Namibia and then handcrafted into this rare and beautiful cabochon gem in Thailand.
www.mineralminers.com /html/spegems.stm   (2048 words)

  
 Cooks.com - Recipes - Mandarin Orange Cake
Combine ingredients and add juice drained from mandarin oranges and beat until fluffy.
Combine cake mix, mandarin oranges, eggs and oil.
Combine cake mix, oil, eggs and mandarin oranges with juice.
www.cooks.com /rec/search/0,1-00,mandarin_orange_cake,FF.html   (167 words)

  
 “Mandarin Orange Cake” 21 Recipes | Recipezaar
I am not a big fan of mandarin oranges, but this cake is divine.
This is a variation of Mandarin Orange Cake that my friend's mother is famous for.
This is an Orange Mandarin cake, I know there are plenty of recipes already on zaar, but there wasn't one with exactly the ingredients I prefer to make it with!
www.recipezaar.com /recipes.php?q=Mandarin%20Orange%20Cake   (547 words)

  
 Chef Jackie Shen: Mandarin Orange Crepes
Place oranges and Grand Marnier in a small saucepan over medium-high heat and cook until hot, about 3 to 5 minutes.
Stir the cornstarch into the reserved juice until smooth, then add to oranges in the saucepan and stir gently, with a spatula.
Top with two rounded tablespoons of orange sauce and a large scoop of caramel or vanilla ice cream.
topchefs.chef2chef.net /recipes-3/shen/mandarin-orange-crepes.htm   (341 words)

  
 Mandarin Orange   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Water refills, plentiful as they were, just couldn't compensate for the general lack of flavor characteristic of the Chun King canning and boxing process of which Mandarin Orange mysteriously reminded us.
Although the servings were adequately large and nicely priced, at about eight dollars per person, we cannot unreservedly recommend Mandarin Orange to the greater Claremont College community.
Mandarin Orange is located at 2086 Foothill Boulevard, in La Verne, well beyond that still-disconcerting boat thing.
www.math.hmc.edu /people/students/aflint/bb/mandarin-orange.html   (502 words)

  
 Mandarin Orange - Products for Mandarin Orange - Manufacturers,Exporters,Suppliers,Traders,Companies,Factories   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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www.alibaba.com /productsearch/Mandarin_Orange.html   (478 words)

  
 Clamondin Mandarin Orange Bonsai
Enjoy a miniature version of that aromatic experience with these Calamondin Mandarin Orange trees.
Later, the edible oranges develop, eventually growing to the size of a golf ball.
Your 4 year old Clamondin Mandarin Orange Bonsai is an indoor bonsai and stands approximately 12 inches tall.
www.bonsai-express.com /products/1632-clamondin_mandarin_orange.htm   (198 words)

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