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Cranberry Orange Nut Salad (Grandma's)

When my grandma was still cooking Thanksgiving dinner I always remember this, so I've picked up the ball and now I'm the one making it. Even people who don't normally want cranberry love this. I use the old fashioned metal, clamp to the edge of the counter, type of grinder to grind the cranberries, but you can use something else, perhaps a food processor. However, I do not recommend using a food processor or other type of chopper for the nuts, or celery as the quality and texture is better when they are hand chopped. When you use the orange peel (zest) make sure you are only using the orange part of the peel, and not any of the white (it's very bitter). When the cranberries are in season around Thanksgiving, I usually buy a couple of extra bags and freeze them so that I can make this anytime of year. This is great for brunches, luncheons, or in the summer, to take along to potlucks or picnics as well, it's so refreshing. You could also add a nice white wine (maybe about 1/2 cup) I'm going to try it next time, I figure all that will happen is it will be a little thinner, but the flavor would be worth it! I would add it when you mix all the ingredients together at the end.
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Candied Orange Zest

You can sometimes find candied orange peel in stores, but it is typically thicker, chewier, and more moist than candied zest. It will also never have the intense citrusy flavor of candied zest you make yourself.
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Candied Orange Zest

You can sometimes find candied orange peel in stores, but it is typically thicker, chewier, and more moist than candied zest. It will also never have the intense citrusy flavor of candied zest you make yourself.
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Chilled Avocado-Orange-Chicken Soup

A refreshing chilled soup ideal for hot weather luncheons or dinners, which you can have on the table with little preparation. If you are making the soup several hours ahead and the weather is really hot, one option is to chop the orange segments and freeze them in an iceblock tray in some extra orange juice, with chopped mint leaves. Then add an iceblock to each soup bowl when serving. If you want to add some spice, add hot pepper sauce, to taste. Ideally this soup will be chilled for several hours before serving but since most of the ingredients will have come straight out of the fridge, if you don't have much time, 30 minutes chilling time should suffice. Chilling time (passive work time) is included below as the 'cooking time'. For an alternative flavouring, and to give this dish a Mexican twist, use lime juice and zest instead of orange juice and zest, use chilli powder instead of cinnamon and garnish with slices or segments of lime instead of orange. You could also substitute something more Mexican for the wine!
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Smucker's Chicken Salad with Wild Rice, Pecans, Grapes and Orange Dressing

Smucker's Chicken Salad with Wild Rice, Pecans, Grapes and Orange Dressing

"A simple orange marmalade dressing - made with Smucker's® Sugar Free Orange Marmalade, raspberry vinegar, and orange zest - gives this salad a fresh, Spring taste."
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Fresh Orange Rice

Fresh Orange Rice

Simple and basic-orange rice with no onion or garlic, no herbs. Depending on my menu, for a more pronounced flavor I will increase the amount of orange juice; or omit the zest, etc. (But I like orange, so I almost always add more.) From 1,000 Lowfat Recipes' cookbook.
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Avocado-Orange Salad With Lime-Cumin Dressing

1/4 cup lime juice from 2 limes2 small cloves garlic , minced1 medium jalapeño chile , minced (about 1 tablespoon)1 teaspoon cumin seed , toasted in small dry skillet over medium heat until fragrant and golden, about 4 minutes1 teaspoon grated orange zest
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Orange Tapioca Pudding

Orange Tapioca Pudding

The unique texture of tapioca—creamy pudding studded with soft, slightly chewy pearls—inspires intense devotion among fans. This version gets lively citrus flavor from four incarnations of orange: zest, juice, liqueur, and fresh pieces of the fruit. \r\n
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Chocolate Orange Cream Cheese Frosting Recipe

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