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Satsuma Lime Gingersnap Pie

[Photograph: Sarah Baird]

I've always considered the seductive and regal blood orange my favorite citrus treat, but since moving to New Orleans several years ago my affection for the satsuma, a local favorite, has blossomed into a full-blown love affair. Satsumas are a tender, small, sweet fruit widely sold at farmer's markets and out of truck beds across Southeast Louisiana, similar in size and taste to a mandarin orange.

If you're not a satsuma fan, consider experimenting with other kinds of oranges and citrus combinations.

About the Author: Sarah Baird is a writer, editor, and curator from New Orleans, Louisiana. Follow her on Twitter: @scbaird.

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