(Pollo con Aceitunas Y Naranjas Agrias) Flavored with the briny olives and bitter oranges that are so ubiquitous in Seville, this Moorish-Andalusian recipe is refreshing and zesty, full of easy sophistication. To heighten the orange theme, add orange segments to the sauce right before serving. Save some leftovers, this chicken is wonderful at room temperature. Note: Bitter oranges, aka Seville, sour oranges, or naranjas agrias, have a thick slightly bumpy skin and can be found at many Hispanic groceries. If you can't find them, use 1/2 cup fresh lemon juice instead. Adapted from "The New Spanish Table" cookbook.