The one good thing about cooking this time of year? The bounty of winter citrus. We rounded up some fun and easy ways to make the most of these in-season fruits--from blood orange cocktails to grapefruit "snow."

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Satsuma Oranges

These are sweet enough to just peel and eat as an afternoon snack. Or, juice them and make a refreshing sorbet.

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Pomelos

When you can find them, pomelos are like a less bitter grapefruits, and they're delicious additions to salad.

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Key limes

Use these in place of standard limes in a Paloma cocktail, which is essentially a zesty take on a margarita.

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Meyer lemons

Sunday brunch calls for these deliciously fluffy lemon ricotta pancakes.

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Blood oranges

These blood orange cocktails are almost too pretty to eat.

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Grapefruit

Look no further than grapefruit to seriously upgrade your dessert game. Like this grapefruit ricotta cake with yogurt frosting... Yes please.

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Standard Lemons

PSA: You should be putting lemon in your pasta.

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Kumquats

We would eat pretty much anything covered in this jam.

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Seville oranges

These bitter, thick-skinned oranges are great for marmalades and baked treats.

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