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  1. Beautiful! I love the combination of fennel and citrus. And any excuse to use blood oranges before they are gone!

  2. I would’ve eaten more salads like this, growing up. Simply colorful and tempting :)

  3. Yum, this is so beautiful and simple. All of these ingredients sound so perfect right now! I got really excited when I saw blood oranges for sale again! Also I just tried fennel in a salad for the first time and loved it. Will have to try this combo.

  4. I love this kind of salad, and it’s hard to believe it’s seasonal!

  5. Jo

    This looks absolutely delicious. Would love for you to share this with us over at foodepix.com.

  6. The colors are appealing…makes me really want to try this at home. Soon! Thanks for sharing.

  7. Saw this at Bon Apetit, but I think it looks better here. Lovely winter salad.

  8. what a barage of delicious colours!

  9. Linda

    This looks fabulous. Just came across your site from TasteSpotting-will definitely come back again.

  10. This looks delicious! I like to make a simple orange and red onion salad with black olives from Alice Water’s Simple Food. I love the colors you have brought together here. I will definitely try it.

    Thanks for Sharing!


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