The delightful satsuma mandarins are at their peak this month.
Satsumas arrive with winter every year, usually making their debut in October, peaking in November, and lasting into December. We love their perfect balance of sweetness and tartiness, their juicy seedless segments, and the loose, easy-to-peel skin.
With origins from China and adopted into Japan, satsumas are named after a former province in Japan, where the fruit was first introduced to the west.
Enjoy the tablescapes of satsumas with our Japanese tableware, and satiate your appetite with the satsuma recipes we curated for the holiday season!
HOLIDAY SALAD WITH SATSUMA AND POMEGRANATE Yummly.com
SATSUMA, BEEF AND VEGETABLE STIR-FRY WholeFoodsMarket.com
SATSUMA ORANGE CHEESE CAKE MyRecipes.com
SATSUMA AND HONEY MANDARIN MARMALADE MarthaStuart.com
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