Honeybells

  • Hale Groves Winter Citrus Guide: Oranges

    By: The Hale Groves Team | On: | Category: Fruit Facts

    Do you love oranges? You’re not alone – oranges are (arguably) the world’s most popular citrus fruit. But were you aware that there are many different kinds of oranges? It’s true – perhaps you enjoy summer oranges (like juicy Valencia Oranges which come into season in the United States during…

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  • Can Citrus Help Prevent Sickness?

    By: The Hale Groves Team | On: | Category: Fruit Facts

    Staying healthy is very much on our minds these days, and apart from vaccines, lots of hand-washing, and other recommendations for staying well, you might be wondering what else you can do keep yourself and your loved ones well. Don’t dismiss those old wives’ tales out of hand – sleep…

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  • Honeybells or Tangelos? Sweet Either Way!

    By: The Hale Groves Team | On: | Category: Fruit Facts

    Citrus fruits, unlike many other fruit cultivars in the world, are prone to mutation and have a rare genetic make-up that allows them to be sexually compatible with one another and mix, resulting in new breeds of citrus. This is exactly what happened with Honeybell Oranges – a cross between…

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  • About Honeybell Oranges: They Make Great Gifts

    By: The Hale Groves Team | On: | Category: Fruit Facts

    The belle among all oranges, the Honeybell Orange makes one great gift because they can make your recipient feel extra special, appreciated and well-loved. How so? Origin Many have claimed that they were the first to discover the Honeybell so it is somewhat hard to pinpoint its origin. However, according…

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  • Honeybell Orange Juice Cocktail Recipe

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    Honeybell is a distinctive citrus fruit hybrid of tangerine and grapefruit origin, Dancy tangerine and Duncan grapefruit to be more exact. You won?t mistake it for a regular orange because of its single-most recognizable physical feature ? its unique bell shape caused by the protruded skin found at the stem…

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  • Savory Goldenbell Baked Shrimp Recipe

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    Seafood And Oranges While we may think of lemon as the go-to citrus when cooking seafood, the sweeter flavor of oranges also makes a fantastic accompaniment for all kinds of fish and shellfish recipes. The zesty taste of Hale Groves Goldenbells lends sophistication to this easy, baked shrimp dish. Gather…

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  • Goldenbell Orange Cocktail Recipe

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    In this zesty beverage the sweet taste of juicy Hale Groves Goldenbell orange juice combines with complimentary fresh fruit to create a refreshing drink that can be enjoyed with or without alcohol. Get out your juicer and make this tasty treat that is both delicious and good for you. Ingredients…

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  • Honeybell Cupcakes Recipe

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    Honeybells are prime gift fruits in the citrus pantheon. They are huge, sweet with a tart twist, luscious fruits that are only available at a very limited time ? in January and if we are in luck they could be available for another week or two in February. So what…

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  • Honeybell Marmalade Recipe

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    One of the things I love during the winter season is getting fresh Honeybells. It’s a popular opinion that Honeybell tangelos, also known as Minneola tangelos, are the best citrus fruit. The fruit got its name from its tell-tale shape which resembles vintage bells. Fans of the fruit love the…

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  • What’s the difference between Honeybells and Navel Oranges

    By: The Hale Groves Team | On: | Category: Fruit Facts

    Oranges are one of the most popular fruits in the country. You can easily find them in many households and grocery stores. While most citrus fruits are in season during summer, some varieties are only available around winter. Navel oranges and honeybells overlap somewhat so here are some fun facts…

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