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Definitions of bigarade in various dictionaries:
noun - any of various common orange trees yielding sour or bitter fruit
A rich sauce served with duck, consisting of thickened duck stock flavored with the rind of bitter oranges, lemon juice, and sugar.
noun - a citrus tree
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Sour orange, in French cuisine|
|Orange sauce in French cuisine|
|Told to eat fish with Seville orange|
|Fruit important artist sent to Germany and Spain|
|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|Dec 31 2016 Newsday.com|
|Mar 23 2011 The Telegraph - Toughie|
|Jun 2 2007 New York Times|
|Mar 1 2006 The Telegraph - Cryptic|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|any of various common orange trees yielding sour or bitter fruit used as grafting stock|
|See sour orange.|
|A rich sauce served with duck, consisting of thickened stock flavored with the rind of bitter oranges, lemon juice, and sugar.|
|More fully "bigarade orange". The Seville orange, a variety of the sour orange, Citrus aurantium.|
|Attributive and as postpositive. Designating a sauce made with bigarade oranges, and dishes, especially roast duck, served with this sauce.|
|Bitter orange, Seville orange, sour orange, bigarade orange, or marmalade orange refers to a citrus tree (Citrus × aurantium) and its fruit. It is native to southeast Asia, and has been spread by humans to many parts of the world. Wild trees are found near small streams in generally secluded and wooded parts of Florida and The Bahamas after it was introduced to the area from Spain, where it had been introduced and cultivated heavily beginning in the 10th century by the Moors. The bitter orange is believed to be a cross between Citrus maxima × Citrus reticulata|