During the winter the months, we all crave some grains and pastas to fill us up and give us energy.  This recipe fits the bill perfectly.  It was a huge hit with my son, my grandchildren, my daughter-in-law, and her book club !  Try it out and share a comment with us to let us know how you like it.

tunisian honey tangerine & cous cous salad

Matt Schlimme, my sales rep. with J& J Distributing company gave me some delectable Organic Honey Tangerines for this salad as well as a wonderful variety of organic tangelos, minnie tangelos, and some blood oranges.    Thank you for the amazing citrus, Matt, great inspiration for some delicious salads!



Tangerines, incredibly sweet and juicy, are the most common type of mandarin found in the United States. When shopping for tangerines, look for brightly colored fruit without any signs of damage. Select tangerines grown closest to your home, and purchase Fair Trade if only imported tangerines are available. Tangerines may be kept at room temperature for 1-2 days. Refrigerated they will stay fresh in the crisper drawer for up to 1 week. This salad is a refreshing, citrusy delight that will boost your energy and lift your midwinter spirits!


Recipe and Photograph by Pam Powell

Article by Pam Powell & Sarah Baron Sullivan