There was also the grapefruit diet, the cabbage soup diet, and the cookie diet.
That something unexpected was a tumor the size of a grapefruit in his chest.
The champagne brings out the brightness and tang of the grapefruit.
It is more like a sweet wine with hints of dried apricots, grapefruit pith, cypress, and lemons.
grapefruit and Champagne Sherbetby Christopher Idone A creamy yet dairy-free dessert that can be loved by anyone holding a spoon.
Dispose the dressed pineapple and grapefruit upon shredded lettuce, having a circle of heart leaves around the edge.
The hole was perfectly round, like a half section of a grapefruit.
Clancy lowered her eyes to the grapefruit which the waitress had brought.
The grapefruit shells were cleaned away and the soup served.
Their market is in the North among the northern sanatoria where you can smell their grapefruit and bananas across the cold snows.
1814, from grape + fruit. So called because it grows in clusters. The fruit itself was known since 1693 (in Hans Sloane's catalogue of Jamaican plants); presumably it originated there from chance hybrids between other cultivated citrus. It was known by various names before the current one emerged. An ornamental plant chiefly at first, not much eaten until late 19c.