any of various sweet oranges having a dark-red pulp.
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How to use blood orange in a sentence
Now, slices of her slab cakes sell out in minutes, and people drive across Los Angeles for whole cakes in blood orange and carrot, crowned with minimalist flourishes of buttercream and delicate edible flower petals.
Salt, spice, acidity, herbs, floral essences and tea soften sweeter flavors like milk chocolate and render others, like blood orange, almost savory.This Valentine’s Day, reach for a better box of chocolates | Daniela Galarza | January 31, 2021 | Washington Post
Champagne Royale Take the most delicious fruit in season, such as blood orange, ripe pears or mandarins.
Honey helps job interviews go down easy, and tangy blood orange sharpens all the ideas you bring to the table.
Add the blood orange segments, pomegranate seeds, and fennel fronds and toss gently to mix.
His colour was curiously attractive, while partly tropical; it reminded one vaguely of a blood-orange.The Wisdom of Father Brown | G. K. Chesterton
Outside, by the cracked pool, it was coming on slow twilight and that magic, tropical blood-orange sky like a swirl of sorbet.Makers | Cory Doctorow
The field is a rich shade of red verging toward the hue of a blood orange, and again gleaming with far deeper shades.Rugs: Oriental and Occidental, Antique & Modern | Rosa Belle Holt
Like the passing of a shutter across a calcium light: now blinding white, now blood-orange.Dust of the Desert | Robert Welles Ritchie
British Dictionary definitions for blood orange
a variety of orange all or part of the pulp of which is dark red when ripe
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