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I have never tasted it, but it looks good and have a very nice color.
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!
Never tried one but they look so good. I'm intrigued.
I´m not sure I have eaten this fruit. But it looks tasty.
Beautiful photo, I like the light and framing, delicious color.
I love persimmons, but they are rather expensive to buy.
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!
I like persimmons when they are ripe and soft. Too bad they don't grow here. I love how they juice it in Korea.Rosie
Thanks for the gorgeous photo. I've never tried persimmons, but I'm tempted now.Happy Holidays.
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