Meanwhile, here's an easy yet delectable way to fancy up a wintry dinner plate that tastes as crisp and clean as fresh fallen snow. And some fresh fallen snow, for good measure.
1 bunch watercress
2 mandarin oranges, peeled and diced
1 pomegranate, seeded
Freshly ground black pepper
Whisk together a couple glugs of olive oil, the zest and juice of half the Meyer lemon, a pinch of salt, and some black pepper to form a vinaigrette.
Cut the root part off the watercress if needed so that you're left with the leaves and stems. Rinse well and dry gently.
Lightly coat the watercress with vinaigrette (I do this by gently dunking half the watercress in the vinaigrette and then lifting it back out, and gently distributing the dressing through the whole bunch with my fingertips so that the watercress is still all laying in the same direction.)
Arrange the watercress onto plates, and top with oranges and plenty of pomegranate seeds.