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supreme  v.— «The second technique you describe is called “supreming,” and the sections are called “supremes.” I usually do a bag of grapefruit all at once so that I can just scoop it from a jar rather than...

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supreme  v.— «Supreming citrus fruits is to remove all of the fruit’s sections from the skin and membrane without damaging the individual wedges. A thin-bladed, very sharp knife is essential for this procedure.» —by Carole...

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supreme v. to remove the skin, pith, membranes, and seeds of a citrus fruit and separate its wedges. Also as noun, a wedge of citrus fruit. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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supreme  v.— «Other citrus presentations include a sauteed free-range chicken, served with oven-roasted supremed orange wedges, and meat dishes flavored and garnished with house-preserved lemons—slashed fruit put up in jars with tons of...

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supreme  v.— «The white jicama strips and red bell pepper make this salad a treat for the eyes as well as the taste buds. Follow the instructions given above to supreme the grapefruit, keeping the bitter membrane out of the salad...

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supreme  v.— «Cut the grapefruit into sections (these are also known as “supremes,” with a short “e”) and let them drain on paper towels; they will give up a lot of juice.» —“I’ll have the gralefrit...