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Saturday, November 5, 2011

Thanksgiving 30 Day Challenge: Day 3

Care less for your harvest 

than for how it is shared 

and your life will have meaning 

and your heart will have peace

~ Kent Nerburn

 

 



Today I am thankful to be able to share my harvest of persimmon with you.

 

11 comments:

  1. Thanks...that was delicious! Your persimmons look scrumptious, and you must be very grateful to have them.

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  2. Ooooh, yum! Ours aren't quite ready yet, we have a later ripening variety...although I'm willing to wait, as it's called 'Chocolate' ;) I can't wait to have persimmons in the kitchen though, and bake my husband's grandmother's persimmon cookies! What will you do with these?

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  3. I have never seen persimmons growing so this was indeed a treat...yum!!

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  4. Sage Butterfly, I am thrilled! This is our first year growing them and I am very excited about how much fruit we got.

    CVF, your chocolate variety sounds very interesting as do those cookies! Do you share recipes? I have a recipe for persimmon cheesecake that I am anxious to try.

    Thanks Donna, this is our first year and I just love how the fruit looks and can't wait to cook with them!

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  5. wow, are those ever cool. I've never seem a persimmon before. At first I thought they were apricots.

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  6. They look beautiful and delicious. I like that quote too.

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  7. Zdjęcia tych owoców są bardzo ładne, tym bardziej, ze nie znam ich.Pozdrawiam

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  8. Those are gorgeous! I'm curious what you'll make with them.

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  9. They make a pretty picture too. I never had a persimmon.

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  10. They are beautiful! I've never tasted them but have always thought it would be a treat. Someday.

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  11. Pretty. They look good. Persimmon cheesecake? I've never heard of anything like that. But any kind of cheesecake sounds great!

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