Photo: Buddha’s Hand Lemons Fruit = the sweet and fleshy product of a tree or other plant that contains seed and can be eaten as food Celebrations Fruit


Photo: Lucia’s tomatoes (Oaxaca) Tomato = a glossy red, or occasionally yellow, pulpy edible fruit that is typically eaten as a vegetable or in salad EtymologyThe Náhuatl word tomatl gave rise to the Spanish word tomate, from which the English word tomato derived. Elsewhere on the WebWild Boar FarmsHow to peel tomatoes – All Recipes …


Photo: Buddha’s Hand (Citrus medica var. sarcodactylis) Lemon: The lemon is a species of small evergreen tree in the flowering plant family Rutaceae, native to South Asia, primarily Northeastern India Photos WikipediaLemonBuddha’s Hand

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Photo Links related to fruit presented in a somewhat random fashion: HeadlinesA Trick for Storing Berries to Keep ‘Em Fresher, Longer – Food 52Pawpaws: America’s Best Secret Fruit – Serious Eats GuavaWikipedia.How to Eat Guava – Epicurious Lemonstk LoquatWikipedia PersimmonsWikipedia PomegranateWikipedia Kumquatwikipedia Fruit


Image: Boston Public Library, Coachella Valley Postcard Date palms (Phoenix dactylifera) of western Asia and northern Africa are cultivated around the world. The trees bear clusters of fruit. China RanchChina Ranch Date Farm – Facebook – Flickr Album More Date FarmsShields Date Garden Elsewhere on the Web Photos WikipediaDate_palm


Photo: Pepper Plants Pepper = a capsicum whose fruits are hot or sweet Wikipedia Pepper Black_pepper Capsicum Chili pepper Carolina Reaper Food, Health, and Cultivating Communities Food Links Américas Chiles Fruit


Photo: Apricots Apricot = a juicy, soft fruit, resembling a small peach, of an orange-yellow color Headlines On the Etymology of the Word Apricot Embedded Tweets Apricots are available for U-pick in the Gifford, Cook, Adams, and Merin Smith orchards. Varieties include: Moorpark, Blenheim, and Chinese Sweet Pit. Apricots are $1 per pound, or $20 …