Persimmon

21 Nov 18
ciliaryspasm

I’ve worn a watch for 90% of my life.  Really.  I received my first Timex at age 6 as a gift from my parents after receiving my First Holy Communion.  That started a tradition that carried forward to my four siblings and on to our two sons. Yes there are usually clocks within view and on […]

21 Nov 18
updatenewz

Opinion Nov 21 2018 at 1:26 PM Updated 1 hr ago My Saved Articles Print “Why is Mr Ghosn’s salary so high?” Kin Cheung by The Lex Column Japanese vets worry about feline obesity. Business fat cats are seen as a problem too. Before Nissan accused Carlos Ghosn of understating his salary, the car chief’s […]

21 Nov 18
Viral Up Blog

by The Lex Column Japanese vets worry about feline obesity. Business fat cats are seen as a problem too. Before Nissan accused Carlos Ghosn of understating his salary, the car chief’s pay was already controversial. “Why is Mr Ghosn’s salary so high?” asked Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan in 2010. “Because he’s good at firing […]

21 Nov 18
NEWSBREAK LIVE

The Farmers’ market was bustling with shoppers today as people geared for their big family feast. Customers who usually come on Saturdays said they stopped by the Farmers’ market early this week just in time for Thanksgiving shopping. The Torrance Certified Farmers’ Market offers a seasonal variety of top quality produce brought in each week […]

21 Nov 18
I want to go to there.

If you have been following my blog, you probably remember my post about Seoul food (sadly, a pun I missed at the time). You probably remember that I ate a lot of fried dough (no complaints here, and yes, my stomach has finally recovered, thank you). Now, in Japan I’ve replaced fried dough as my […]

20 Nov 18

The easiest spread on any pre-dinner table is a cheese board and lots of bottles of wine and kiddy drinks of course- that’s all I’m saying. INGREDIENTS 3-4 cheese wedges such as brie, goat cheese, Merlot, and blue cheese 6-8 cups Chex Party Mix mixed olives assorted meats, such as salami, prosciutto, and pepperoni assorted fruit, such as […]

20 Nov 18
Twin Mom StockPile

ShopRite 11/25 – 12/01 Each week ShopRite Ad will post the sales on Fruit & Vegetables for the week! Well we put them in a list for easy pickin’!! Golden Pineapple 🍍 – $0.97 Fresh Blueberries – $1.99 6 oz. Navel Oranges 4 lb bag 🍊– $2.99 Organic Lil’ Snapper apples 🍎 – $1.99 Sweet […]

20 Nov 18
viNature

Dried Fruit Dried Fuyu Persimmon (1x5LB )

20 Nov 18
Rock Homesteady

I realize I haven’t written much in a while — I’ve been canning applesauce, picking pears, roasting pumpkin seeds and meat, trying (unsuccessfully) to keep on top of NaNoWriMo, and just being my usual busy self. We painted our dining room a beautiful dark green a few weeks ago, which certainly isn’t everyone’s cup of […]

20 Nov 18
Emails from Ching

Hi Corinne, Thanks so much for sharing the persimmons from your tree with me!  This is the recipe I used to make the persimmon bread.  It’s James Beard’s recipe, from David Leibovitz’s website.  It’s crazy easy to make, but unless you have really ripe smushy ones already on hand, it’s probably too late to add […]

20 Nov 18
viNature

Triple Leaf Tea Super Slimming Tea (6×20 Bag)

20 Nov 18
viNature

Triple Leaf Tea Ultraslim Tea (6×20 Bag)

20 Nov 18
Scout Magazine

GOODS from Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar Vancouver, BC | The award-winning team at Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar is warming up winter by unveiling an array of new luxury Tableside Service Pieces and special Christmas Eve and Christmas Day brunch and dinner services as well as a gala New Year’s Eve celebration with live […]

20 Nov 18
UPROXX

Chef Jason Quinn of The Playground DTSA offers helpful advice on how to avoid five of the most common mistakes at “the Olympics of cooking.”

20 Nov 18
Israel Dreams

“Eat only what is in season.” Rambam Shopping here is always a fun adventure, especially in the local produce markets and spice shops. Everything is written in Hebrew, so I’ve had to learn new words for familiar fruits and vegetables. Plus there’s an endless amount of produce I’ve never seen before. Luckily, there’s always an […]

20 Nov 18
Times-Standard
Just because the summer season is over doesn’t mean local residents have to go without their farmers market fix. The bounty of Humboldt County keeps going all winter long at the North Coast Growers’ Association’s winter farmers market on the Arcata Plaza. The winter market continues every Saturday, rain or shine, through March 30. Hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Arcata Plaza winter farmers market reflects Humboldt County’s unique micro-climates and year-round growing capacity. The mild weather this past season has produced a wide variety of seasonal cold-weather and storage crops like fresh leafy greens, Brussels sprouts, mushrooms, artichokes, winter squash, carrots, leeks, beets, potatoes and onions, as well as ultra-seasonal specialty items like walnuts, guavas and persimmons for all those favorite holiday and winter recipes. Humanely raised meats, fresh cheese, wine, honey, hot sauce, and olive oil can also be found in abundance, along with handspun wool, unique wreaths, nursery plants and winter garden plant starts. Winter market shoppers can also get a wide selection of hand-crafted artisanal items like goat milk soap and beeswax candles that make perfect gifts for the holiday season. Local prepared food vendors are available at every market with tasty treats from bread and pastries to vegan soups and wood-fired pizza. The North Coast Growers’ Association welcomes all community members with CalFresh EBT cards to visit at the farmers’ market and receive extra Market Match bucks to spend on fresh produce at market. For more information, visit http://www.northcoastgrowersassociation.org or call 707-441-9999.