Tagged with Meyer lemon

Put the squeeze on citrus

I was on the phone the other day with California orange grower Dennis Johnston for a story. We talked about the 100 acres of Satsuma mandarins he sells with the stems and leaves on, an Asian tradition that’s becoming more widespread. One reason he likes selling his fruit this way, Johnston says, is because retailers have to … Continue reading

Meyer Lemons are a New Squeeze

Toronto Star Winter 2011 When life gives you lemons, make it a Meyer. This California import, with its sunny yellow glow and heady tropical scent, is the Lamborghini of lemons. And its popularity is revving up, from restaurant menus to a supermarket near you. A natural cross between a lemon and a tangerine, Meyers are … Continue reading