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OBOs are an amazingly fun way to serve oranges. I'm pretty sure this same technique would work with grapefruit and could be awesome with a cherry in the ...
To make OBOs, you will need: -one or more oranges -a knife -toothpicks (optional)
Cut the orange in half. If the "navel" parts of the orange are like the north and south poles of Earth then you want to cut on the ...
Flip an orange half over so that the fleshy, juicy, and delicious part is on your cutting surface. Now cut off the "navel" part so that you can ...
Next you want to remove the fleshy, juicy, and delicious part of the orange from the pithy, rind part. To do this, stick your knife into the orange. ...
Liberate the fleshy part of the orange from it's pithy rind prison. Place the orange on your cutting surface with the larger base on the bottom. Cut the ...
Grab the orange flesh's former pithy rind prison and position it with the larger base up. Place the "navel" end that you cut off earlier into it to ...
With the larger base on the bottom, place the orange flesh into the bowl. Add toothpicks in some or all of the segments if desired. Enjoy your OBO!
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