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March 13, 2006



I was reading a back blog about Satsuma Mandarin Oranges and wanted to clarify something. They are called that because they come from Satsuma, Oklahoma in the U.S.
We have Book-Off here in California too. Still everything is quite expensive. *sigh*


Oops, it's Alabama.


> donna

Thanks for your comment to my blog. I didn't know that "Satsuma" came from the U.S. city name. Satsuma orange is the specialty of Satsuma in Alabama, right?


I thought "satsuma oranges" originated from Japan as some websites describe them as "Japanese satsuma oranges" (cf: http://www.epicurious.com/cooking/how_to/food_dictionary/entry?id=3395 ) but now I am not sure...


Yep, the "Satsuma" came from Japan. They were named Satsuma here in the U.S. because some dignitary went to Alabama from Satsuma, Japan and brought mikan, so they named the city in Alabama, Satsuma and the mikan was tagged with Satsuma... does that make sense? Nothing makes sense here in the states....


Hi. But where is the Book-off in Vancouver? I never knew there was one. Which street in downtown? Thanks. I wonder if they have cds that I'm looking for?


> Tiffany

It's on Hornby
636 Hornby Street, Vancouver

Look up this URL for further information.

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