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  1. Jessica | Oh Cake
    January 6, 2012

    Oooh… I was wondering about this since your twitter post. This looks so fresh and tasty – I can only imagine how delicious it is. Perfect topping for fish tacos!

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  2. Baker Street
    January 6, 2012

    Oh my! Your pictures are stunning EA! Love the salsa! Recipe is surely a keeper. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Gina (The Candid RD)
    January 7, 2012

    I made a recipe yesterday at work with a cara cara orange. It was a spinach, shrimp and avocado salad, with cara cara oranges and a light italian dressing, and radishes. It was a huge hit. PEople thought the cara caras were grapefruit 🙂
    The salsa sounds delightful! Have a lovely weekend.

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  4. Sanjeeta kk
    January 7, 2012

    You have lemon and oranges at your backyard..am planning to hop over there sometime 🙂 Wonderful recipe to keep.

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  5. Soni
    January 7, 2012

    Love this recipe!Will surely be making this very soon 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Maris
    January 7, 2012

    Your photos are absolutely stunning!

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  7. EA-The spicy rd
    January 7, 2012

    Jessica-Hee, hee! So happy it turned out well, and works perfectly on fish tacos! Happy to co-host citruslove with you!
    An-Thank you! I would love to have some fish tacos with salsa followed by your amazing strawberry lime cheesecake 🙂 Happy #citruslove!
    Gina-Your salad sounds amazing (except for the shrimp, which I do not like). I bet it would be tasty with scallops too. Hope you have a wonderfulmweekend as well!
    Sanjeeta-You are welcome to pop over in to my backyard anytime 🙂
    Soni-Thanks so much! Your salad with oranges looks amazing as well! Happy #citruslove!
    Maris-Thank you so much! I was chopping like a mad woman to make the salsa before the sun went down, so I could get some decent pictures 🙂

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  8. sue @ Cakeballs, cookies and more
    January 7, 2012

    this sounds wonderful!

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  9. Laura @ The Art of Cooking Real Food
    January 7, 2012

    So jealous that you have citrus trees in your yard! I’ll bet this would be fantastic with grilled mahi mahi! Bookmarking this one – thanks for sharing!

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  10. teri @ managed macros
    January 7, 2012

    That WOULD be perfect on a fish taco…AGREE!!! You are so LUCKY to have a lemon tree…being in the midwest, I can’t even imagine that luxury. Your photographs are so crisp and colorful…makes me want to go out and get a cara cara right now. Good trivia…cross between orange and grapefruit, I like that! BEAUTIFUL post!

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  11. Serena
    January 7, 2012

    Like Midwestern Teri, I’m so jealous of your citrus trees! Are you in Florida? Love the combo of flavors and the gorgeous photos! Happy New Year, EA!

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  12. Sylvia@ peaches and donuts
    January 7, 2012

    You are so blessed to have citrus trees in your garden! Having a bright and refreshing salsa like this will definitely cheer anyone up!

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  13. Mike’s Baking (@mikesbaking)
    January 7, 2012

    I WANT THIS SALSA RIGHT NOW!! lol I have never seen this before and it looks great! I will have to make some soon.

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  14. BigFatBaker
    January 7, 2012

    This looks amazing! I love how chunky it is. I think this would be delicious on fish tacos.

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  15. bakingaddict
    January 7, 2012

    This looks delicious and healthy! The colours are so vibrant and your pictures are beautiful! thanks for sharing 🙂

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  16. Linda
    January 7, 2012

    Gorgeous photos! and definitely a refreshing salsa. Great idea!!

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  17. Lora @cakeduchess
    January 7, 2012

    You’re so lucky to have a meyer lemon tree. This salsa is wonderful and your photos are just gorgeous EA. YAY for #citruslove month:)xx

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  18. Jackie @ Vegan Yack Attack!
    January 7, 2012

    This looks terrific! I’ll have to try this out, sans grapefruit though. 😉

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  19. Suzanne
    January 7, 2012

    What a beautiful orange, and the salsa looks fabulous, love that kind of stuff just plain good!

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  20. Richa@HobbyandMore
    January 7, 2012

    i’ve never heard of cara cara oranges. they look so pretty and the salsa had my mouth instantly water! the blend of the fruit with onions and cilantro .. yummmm!

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  21. Elizabeth @Mango_Queen
    January 7, 2012

    What an amazing citrus treat! I love your gorgeous photos, too. Glad to do this citrus-love event with you, EA!

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  22. EA-The spicy rd
    January 7, 2012

    Sue-Thank you! So glad you stopped by!
    Laura-Thanks so much! Hope you try it out!
    Teri-Thank you so much Midwestern Teri 🙂 Hope you get to enjoy a cara cara!
    Serena-Thank you! I’m in sunny Sam Diego :-). Happy New Year to you too!
    Sylvia-yes, it is wonderful to have citrus in the backyard 🙂 So happy to be hosting #citruslove w/you!
    Mike-Come on over…The salsa will he waiting for you!
    Erin-Thanks so much, and, yes, it is incredible on fish tacos 🙂
    Ros-Thank you and so glad to have you stop by to say hi!
    Linda-Thank you so much! The salsa is very refreshing indeed 🙂
    Lora-Thank you !! My kids love having the lemon tree for lemonade :-). Happy #citruslove!
    Jackie-Thank you so much! No grapefruit for you??
    Suzanne-Yes! Sometimes the simplest dishes are the best :-). Thanks for stopping by!
    Richa-Hope you get to try a cara cara-your mouth will thank you :-). Happy #citruslove !
    Elizabeth-Thanks so much, and so happy to host #citruslove with you too 🙂

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  23. Reem | Simply Reem
    January 8, 2012

    This Salsa can give a tough run to any salsa….
    Looks so fresh and yumm…
    Love the pictures.

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  24. kellie@foodtoglow
    January 8, 2012

    As always, this looks so fresh and inviting. Being originally form Florida I know what you mean about citrus trees making you happy. Now that I live in Scotland I feel a certain attachment to my apple and plum trees. But I do miss going out and picking my breakfast, or juice. I also love these kind of citrus salsas on fish tacos. Lovely. I’m getting ready to make a FB page, so I will see you there soon!

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  25. Kristi Rimkus
    January 8, 2012

    We top salmon with a citrus salsa – it’s delicious! The colors on the plate are so inviting. Have a good week!

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  26. juniakk
    January 8, 2012

    I must make this asap! this look delicious!!! this is totally my type of recipe too :D. bookmarked! sending some #citruslove to you!

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  27. foodwanderings
    January 8, 2012

    Ooh Ea your cara cara oranges salsa looks fantastic. I used cara cara as well. Love hopping with you as always.

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  28. The Wimpy Vegetarian
    January 8, 2012

    This is right up my alley! I love this and want to make it over the next couple days. It would go with so many things. Sending you lots of #citruslove!!

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  29. EA-The spicy rd
    January 8, 2012

    Reem-Thanks so much for the #citruslove! I love salsa of any kind, and the spicier the better 🙂
    Kristi-love the idea of topping salmon with salsa! So glad you stopped by!
    Kellie-So cool that you have apple and plum trees! Maybe we can do a fruit swap?? 🙂
    Junia-I thought you might like this :-). So happy to co-host #citruslove with you!
    Shulie-love that we both used cara cara oranges. Your porridge is at the top of my
    list to make. Happy #citruslove!
    Susan-Thank you!! Definitely hope you give it a try! Fun to co-host the blog hop with you 🙂

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  30. Melinda
    January 9, 2012

    I must be behind in my education of citrus because I have never heard of the cara cara orange. At least I have a decent excuse of living overseas now so I will never be able to find this. My favorite citrus is grapefruit, but right now I am really into the Japanese tangerines.

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  31. Lauren Slayton
    January 9, 2012

    haven’t seen the lovely cara caras in the store but then again I don’t have a tree. Adore fish tacos and totally with you on the cabbage thing (cheese not so sure). I mix hot sauce with greek yogurt- delicious. I have a grapefruit recipe up my sleeve may have to hop (haven’t before).

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  32. Lisa ♥ Healthful Sense
    January 9, 2012

    I just love this idea and I can imagine it would be so wonderful on tacos!!
    Beautiful pictures too =)

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  33. Terra
    January 9, 2012

    It is funny I just read about satsuma orange, I have never heard of them. Now you are teaching me about another one, cara cara orange. Honestly I want one now, they sound amazing! Your salsa sounds just gorgeous! Love hosting CitrusLove with you! Sending love and hugs your way:-)

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  34. Jeanette
    January 9, 2012

    I love the idea of a citrus salsa, so bright and clean. I’ve seen cara cara oranges around in a few supermarkets, but they are hard to find. I do like tangelo oranges – I was lucky enough to have received a gift box full of these juicy delights. Some fabulous citrus recipes in this bloghop!

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  35. The Spicy RD
    January 9, 2012

    Melinda-Happy to educate 🙂 I’m sure you get some fabulous tangerine in Japan!
    Lauren-Yay for a fellow cabbage lover, and your Greek yogurt mixed with hot sauce sounds delicious! Definitely hope to see your grapefruit creation entered in the bloghop!
    Lisa-Thanks so much!! Hope you give it a try!
    Terra-Big day for learning about new citrus! Love your fabulous lemon chess pie too! #citrus love hugs 🙂
    Jeanette-Lucky you to receive a box of Tangelos! Fortunately the Cara Cara’s are in my local Jimbos supermarket 🙂 So glad you stopped by!

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  36. Tanya @ Dine, Dash, and Deadlift
    January 9, 2012

    I am not a big citrus fan, but the vibrant colors in this salsa are enough to convince me to give it a try. This would be such a neat twist to traditional salsa for a get together! Thanks for the great recipe!

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  37. Lisa
    January 10, 2012

    Wow…this looks gorgeous, delicious, fresh ad infinitum! What a great idea for #citruslove! I was just thinking of chopping up some of my leftover chicken white meat and mixing it with your orange salsa fresca for lunch tomorrow. Not sure if I’ll find cara cara’s, but I’m sure any kind will suffice. It was great c-hosting #citruslove with you too!

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  38. Lisa
    January 10, 2012

    Wow…this looks gorgeous, delicious, fresh ad infinitum! What a great idea for #citruslove! I was just thinking of chopping up some of my leftover chicken white meat and mixing it with your orange salsa fresca for lunch tomorrow. Not sure if I’ll find cara cara’s, but I’m sure any kind will suffice. It was great co-hosting #citruslove with you too!

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  39. Cindy
    January 12, 2012

    Thanks for dropping by the other day! Following you on pintrest and FB 🙂 Sending you some citrus love! 🙂

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  40. Roxana GreenGirl {A little bit of everything}
    January 12, 2012

    Such a colorful and refreshing salad!

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  41. valerie
    January 15, 2012

    I love the first photo, looks amazing! And your salad looks refreshing and delicious!

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  42. rebecca
    January 9, 2014

    looks great made a salad with blood oranges today 🙂 sorry about your orange tree hope it feel better

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  43. Jessica @ Nutritioulicious
    May 5, 2015

    This is perfect for fish tacos! I fell in love with Cara Cara oranges this winter. So excited to try this when they’re back in season!

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