Friday, December 16, 2011

Our Persimmon Crop.

You may also know this fruit as kaki or sharon fruit, but whatever you call it, you may be interested in the recipe in this post  Our Persimmon Tree published on News From Italy today. Enlarged photo can be viewed here.


  1. I have never tasted it, but it looks good and have a very nice color.

  2. OH my, I'm so jealous just now, when our grocery store carries maybe a few of these at a King's ransom price. Certain things I miss right about this time of year, chestnuts, persimmon, pomegranate, and of course the fried sweet chestnut,chocolate, almond ravioli we made every Christmas Eve. I looked for a similar recipe, and I never found one.

    Happy Holidays!

  3. Never tried one but they look so good. I'm intrigued.

  4. I´m not sure I have eaten this fruit. But it looks tasty.

  5. Beautiful photo, I like the light and framing, delicious color.

  6. I love persimmons, but they are rather expensive to buy.

  7. k....after seeing the photos, I bought one.

    I can't say I was impressed. LOL Lovely colour, lovely looking--not so much for me in the taste department!

  8. I like persimmons when they are ripe and soft. Too bad they don't grow here. I love how they juice it in Korea.

  9. Thanks for the gorgeous photo. I've never tried persimmons, but I'm tempted now.
    Happy Holidays.

  10. i love all your photographs here..

    me and my blogs are following you now..feel fre to visit ms blogs..thanks..keep warm too!

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