This salad is bursting with vitamin C, and your body absorbs extra cold-fighting antioxidants from the combo of pink grapefruit, which also contains the phytochemical lycopene, and healthy fats like those found in cashews.
Chocolate fondue is immediately gratifying. In the time it takes to make the sauce, you can peel the clementine oranges. It's also a great reason to keep a supply of candied grapefruit peel and glaceed orange slices on hand.
Keep extra clementines on hand in case some of the skins tear and for juicing. If you don't feel like juicing enough clementines to yield 2 cups, use store-bought orange juice to make up the difference.
This gelatin was formed in a turkey-shaped mold, similar to one by Nordic Ware, but any five-cup mold will work. If you prefer, you can prepare two smaller gelatins by dividing the layers between two three-cup molds.
This colorful salad, inspired by chef Wolfgang Puck's signature recipe, is made with seasonal fruits and vegetables and Stilton, a sharp English cheese. Hachiya persimmons are large, sweet, and acorn shaped; look for soft, ripe fruits from October through February.
This loaf gets its sunny sweetness from clementines. The fruit's segments, zest, and juice are mixed into the batter, and there's more juice in the glaze that's brushed on top. Vanilla-bean seeds add heady fragrance. Serve slices with cups of tea or with ice cream for dessert.