Quiche Lorraine, etc.

Your Name Lina.Hawkins at BERLITZGLOBALNET.COM
Fri Jan 19 18:25:37 UTC 2001

Sweet tangerines are called "Clementines" in GREECE too! But the word is
only used by grocers and the upper middle class of Athens.

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-----Original Message-----
From: James Smith [mailto:jsmithjamessmith at YAHOO.COM]
Sent: Friday, January 19, 2001 10:21 AM
Subject: Re: Quiche Lorraine, etc.

--- Duane Campbell <dcamp911 at JUNO.COM> wrote:
> Growing up in the 50s in Pennsylvania, I remember
> tangerines as a
> Christmas treat. They were like small oranges, but
> with a very loose
> skin.
> This year my wife came home with a demi case of
> 'Clementines' from Spain
> which looked like tangerines but with the tight skin
> of an orange. I had
> never heard of Clementines.
In France tangerines are sold as clementines - loose
skin, seedless, and delicious.

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