No, all is not lost. Two bits of good news! For me anyway!
Guess where The Golfer’s off to this morning?
Easing of restrictions means he’s a very Happy Chappy. He cleaned his balls and his clubs yesterday and laid out his clothes last night. Doesn’t matter it’s going to be cold first thing (overnight temp forecast 4c!) and the last time he played he wore shorts and polo shirt. Eager? You bet!
I went to the supermarket the other day…..and there they were.
Nestled together on the shelves
I’d show you the ones I brought home but they were too irresistible to leave alone
Absolutely perfect 🙂
In the shops now – Imperial mandarins – my favourite ray of sunshine during winter in Melbourne.
Did you know – (I read this somewhere but can’t find the source)
Mandarins originated from southern China and were named after the Chinese officials of the Imperial court ‘the Mandarins’ who used the fruit for various medicinal purposes.
Imperial mandarins are the first domestic mandarin variety to be harvested each year, picked April through to May. Imperials are refreshing and exuberantly orange in colour and are one of only a handful of popular varieties that originated here in Australia. The variety was first recognised in Sydney in 1890 and has since become the most popular mandarin on the market due to that sweet ‘everybody loves’ flavour. The easy to peel skin and minimal seeds, makes them a family favourite, great for snacks and school lunches. source
Fat free, saturated fat free, cholesterol free, sodium free, they are an excellent source of vitamin C and a good source of vitamin A source
I prefer mandarins to oranges – What fruits do you enjoy more than others?s