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  • "I had a blood-orange martini," said Glasgow Skinner, a 30-year-old blogger.

    Flash-Sale Site Draws Out Its Fans

  • Enjoy cocktails paired with hilarious Halloween-themed skits like a blood-orange martini to go with a story about a Halloween hookup.

    Halloween 2010: Spooky New York Events For All Revelers

  • Alexander produces a muffled greeting, a look at his shoes, a full blood-orange blush as he makes eye contact with Carly.

    Angry Young Man

  • As the staff serve up roasted kumquats with blood-orange sorbet or sesame pear crisp with basil ice cream, they offer laptops and iPads so that customers can add the shop to their social-media profiles.

    A Bakery Gets Sweet Returns From Social-Media Blitz

  • The rectangular Manhattan skyline expands in a blood-orange glow.

    Monkeytown excerpt 4

  • On a recent Thursday, Aaron Renfro had the fried chicken sandwich — made from thigh meat on an Acme roll — and a blood-orange cooler.

    Naked Lunch

  • He recommends using an Israeli sheep's-milk feta and sweet, juicy heirloom navel oranges, such as a blood-orange variety or Cara Cara.

    Marinated Feta, Orange and Arugula Salad

  • Across the Torre Glacier, a beautiful dawn was bursting out behind Fitz Roy, a blood-orange sun climbing above the horizon, throwing saffron shadows on the snow in front of us.

    Amid the Perils of Patagonia

  • I think his blood-orange skin is even refracting light in unusual ways.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • Short ribs with blood-orange gremolata, she thought and sighed happily, as Ayinde sucked in her breath again.

    The Half Life

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