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  • At Schacht's grove on Florida's east coast, the smell of sweet juice fills the air as he packs fat honeybell tangelos, navel oranges and ruby red grapefruit into boxes for customers across the United States.

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  • If you got a minute, you know, this is one of those honeybell oranges.

    CNN Transcript Jan 6, 2010

  • But you can see this honeybell, it's still all juice.

    CNN Transcript Jan 6, 2010

  • So she gave the Queen a red glass full of honeybell whiskey; but she called it a fine name, like Rose-dew, or Tears-of-Flax, and then

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 01, No. 03, January, 1858

  • Depending on size, you can buy a box of HoneyBells for $20-$70 (free standard shipping) from honeybell. com, or by calling

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  • I needed to add a couple of extra oranges and lemons for the 5 cups required, but I ended up with an extra jar of Eugenia Bone's gorgeous jam to use in savory recipes such as the shrimp saute that follows. 1 grapefruit (red preferred) 3 oranges (blood and honeybell preferred) 3 Meyer lemons 5 cups sugar 1/2 teaspoon butter With a knife, score the

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  • Schorner said honeybell trees tend to bear a good crop every other year and this year is an off year.

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  • We bought ingredients for squash soup, as well as honeybell tangelos.

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  • Do you have any ideas for converting it to use with honeybell (somewhere between clementine and full-sized oranges with a lot of juice) oranges?

    smitten kitchen

  • JOHN ZARRELLA, CNN MIAMI BUREAU CHIEF: This is a honeybell orange.

    CNN Transcript Jan 6, 2010

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