The Farmers' Market Margarita | KCET
The Farmers' Market Margarita
This white grapefruit, which is pomelo-like, is sometimes called a Tahitian, but also carries the nickname "margarita grapefruit." That's because it lacks the fruit's usual bitterness and is reminiscent of the virgin version of the classic drink.
The farmers from Etheridge Organics of Dinuba, a small town in Tulare County, recommend using the juice from these grapefruits instead of the store-bought juice that's often recommended in recipes across the internet.
Etheridge Organics has booths at five markets in the greater Southern California region:
- Saturday: Bakersfield
- Sunday: Pacific Palisades
- Sunday: Studio City
- Thursday: South Pasadena
- Friday: Mojave
If these markets are not your usual rounds, check with other citrus sellers for the sarawak grapefruit.
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