Native to Southeast Asia, the pomelo is a citrus fruit that resembles an overgrown grapefruit, with a thick peel and a similar flavor, though it is usually less tart. In America, pomelos are sold during the winter months. I like to make Vietnamese Pomelo Salad (Gỏi Bưởi) late in the season, when the fruit is a little less juicy but the flavor is more concentrated. In Vietnamese Cuisine, the pomelo is a symbol of prosperity, so the fruit is often served at New Year’s celebrations. Bright and fresh, it’s a fine companion to rich grilled meats.