It Doesn’t Get Any Fresher
The orange juice sellers always do a brisk business at the Saturday farmer’s market.
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Great colours! Our’s has lemonade—num!
Years ago, I saw one of those citrus fruit presses on sale in a remainder store (not quite as big as the one in the picture) and bought it. Sometimes I make myself fresh orange or —better yet—grapefruit juice. Nothing like it.
I meant to add that the smell around that orange juice stall is wonderful!
Do be careful what you squeeze dear!
I love that the apron and shirt match the color of the oranges!
Kate, there were at least two orange juice pressers at this stand. It was a colorful scene I couldn’t resist.
Passante, I’m so lazy, I bought a juicer once and after a few uses it went to the home appliance museum (shoved way back in the cabinet). The tangy scent of freshly cut oranges at that stall is really mouth-watering!
Curly, thanks for that huge laugh!!
Helen, yes, that’s what attracted me, too!
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