Broiled chicken thighs with oranges, fennel and green olives is but one example of how home cooks can employ California’s citrus-fruit star. (Find the recipe, from The New York Times, on Page 2D.) The state’s 2017 crop is expected to be solid, though less than the bounty picked last year.
Broiled chicken thighs with oranges, fennel and green olives is but one example of how home cooks can employ California’s citrus-fruit star. (Find the recipe, from The New York Times, on Page 2D.) The state’s 2017 crop is expected to be solid, though less than the bounty picked last year. RIKKI SNYDER The New York Times
Broiled chicken thighs with oranges, fennel and green olives is but one example of how home cooks can employ California’s citrus-fruit star. (Find the recipe, from The New York Times, on Page 2D.) The state’s 2017 crop is expected to be solid, though less than the bounty picked last year. RIKKI SNYDER The New York Times

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