First, a question - has anyone seen Honeybells (the real ones - not the "Minneola Tangelos" that look like them, but are from California or Texas) in any local store this year? I thought I remembered hearing that the orange harvest wasn't the greatest in Florida this year, and that usually means that not a lot of Honeybells make it out of the state except through fruit shippers. The season is barely a month long - approximately January. I haven't seen them anywhere, yet.
Second, I've found another really good Florida orange - the best one I've had in several years - on sale at Cub this week - if I remember right, $3.88 for a 3-lb bag. They are called "Sugar Belles", and are sold under the "Tradition" brand. Sweet, juicy, and with a really good "orange" flavor. I haven't found a lot of oranges with all three since I moved away from Florida.
It's a cross between a Clementine and a Minneola - here's more info:
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