Wake up your taste buds! This invigorating salad will bring a burst of bright crisp flavors and some brilliant colors in your winter repertoire. Its sweet~tart grapefruit contrasts beautifully with the creamy butteryness of the avocado. The grapefruit gets a little advanced special treatment: it is jazzed up with a sprinkle of cayenne, crushed rosemary and raw sugar, just enough to add a bit of spice and surprise for your winter taste buds. Use whatever oranges are at peak. I combined blood oranges and navels for gorgeous layering of colors and sizes. Can’t have grapefruit? Substitute oranges. The citrus is layered over salad greens. I was excited to find a new-to-me red heirloom spinach that I introduced in this salad. It is a very tender spinach grown from wild seed, originating in Europe. It grows in clusters on tender stems in a striking puplish-red hue. I found it more tender, smaller leaved and a bit earthier in taste than regular spinach. To make this salad into a meal you could add some grilled shrimp or boneless chicken. In the dead of winter, nothing perks up a palate better than a colorful salad. Enjoy!