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(Some Food Nut)   Fark Food Thread: How do you make the most of seasonal fruit? Is there a recipe you wait all year to put to use when the right goodies come into season? What other fruit-focused recipes will wow us?   ( uktv.co.uk) divider line
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2013-05-09 04:53:45 PM  
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When I was growing up in upstate NY, my mom would get local Macintosh apples in big brown bags.   Then she made awesome apple pie.

I'm living in south Florida now.   The only thing that's seasonal here is Canadians, and there are pesky laws that prevent me from harvesting them.
2013-05-09 04:50:37 PM  
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Pickle incident?
2013-05-09 03:01:25 PM  
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The banks of the Arkansas river are covered with blackberry brambles.  So usually we go down there with some buckets and eat blackberries until crippling diarrhea prevents us from picking more.
2013-05-10 02:34:59 AM  
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2013-05-09 06:15:18 PM  
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Mark Ratner: All this food talk is making me hungry. I think I'll fire up the grill this evening and have a t-bone cooked well done and smothered in A-1 steak sauce and catsup.

10/10. You will get some bites off of that
2013-05-09 05:49:43 PM  
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Pineapple mango salsa on grilled fish. Love summer!

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2013-05-09 03:10:11 PM  
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GrahamManning: I wish the how-do-you-take-a-nap-at-work thread was the one that had went green.  Enough with the food here

The great thing about threads you don't want to read is.. no one made you.
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