It's Persimmon Time!!
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I've been married to DH for over 19 YEARS. 19 YEARS. HIS father (my FiL) ...
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Oh, I'm so, so happy.
I've been married to DH for over 19 YEARS. 19 YEARS. HIS father (my FiL) just figured out I use persimmons to cook with (huh, I've been bringing PERSIMMON pudding to every single fall and winter family pitch-in for ..... 19 YEARS).
And - get this: He has a Persimmon TREE. In HIS YARD. It's not new. He's had it for years. MORE than 19!!
So, today, we got persimmons from his place (they have to be picked up off the ground - if you pick them from the tree, they never ripen and they taste awful). We processed them tonight, and we have 5 cups of pulp!! Most recipes only call for 1 cup!
AND - DH is planning on getting more later.
So, so happy!!
hunmm I google it because I don'T know what it is (even in french ) you cook what with that and how does it taste?
Don't worry - almost no-one knows what a persimmon is. We use it to make baked goods.
We grate or mash the fruit to form a pulp, and then use the pulp in the product. Our favorite is Persimmon Pudding - pulp, egg, sugar, flour, butter, milk, and bake it - it forms a thick pudding. You can also make candy, cookies, cake, pancakes.