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Mmm! Sharon fruits! We call them Sharon fruits here in England cos when you cut through them there is a star shape seed pattern inside, like the star of Sharon. You have to cut them sideways not length ways to get the pattern.
Thank you Monica, Nellies, Gary and Hanne.The ones here in Southern Illinois have sort of a sweet orange flavor. They are not firm, but rather mushy. Good for recipes like persimmon bread. They do sell them in grocery stores Gary.
They taste wonderfully, they are sweet and not very juicy but rather. Where do you live Gary? I live in Bornholm and we can have lots of them in the supermarket! Thanks so very much Sandy!!
I wonder what persimmons taste like. Never had one before, are they juicy and sweet, if so I wonder if they sell them at the market?
Beautiful photo ... lovely fluffy snow.
They look good enough to eat for sure, ask your nephew if we can all come to his place and have a tree picking party! Fun, fun, fun, thanks Sandy, these were really great pic's but now you've made me very hungry so I have to go and feed my empty belly! L.O.L.
Thank you mimi, I will.Thank you for my nephew Laura, Snooker, Graciela, David, Ank and loveydear.Good idea snooker.
I don't know these, but they look yummy
Excellent. Make a card out of it for next year.
Oh wow...this is a fabulous photo, chickie! Woooooooowwwww!
Terrific puzzle Chickie! Please thank your nephew for me for this super picture!
I remembered by association, chickie. I knew you went around the same time as my fishing trip, which is always labor day weekend!
How do you remember I was there in September? You have a good memory morris. I have trouble remembering my own dates, leave alone other peoples. LOL
i didn't think that you took that one in September.
Thank you from my nephew morris.
Very pretty, Chickie!