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Fairgoers can watch the taffy-making process through observation windows as flavors like vanilla, black walnut and even jalapeño are pulled, cut and then wrapped in individual wrappers for purchase.
In the plantation homes of the Mississippi Delta, members of the Coahoma Woman’s Club served sandwiches of English walnuts, black walnuts and stuffed olives ground into a colorful paste.
Indians used to collect acorns from white and chestnut oaks along with American chestnuts, black walnut, and wild pecan as a food source for the long winter months.
The black walnut bitters nod to fall and add richness to balance the heat of the chili simple syrup.
Alcohol drinkers can get their health fix, too: There’s a bone broth cocktail made with bourbon and black walnut bitters.
Trees will eventually produce items like papaya, pomegranate, Surinam cherries, black walnuts, and three types of mulberries: black, white, and Persian.
But not every species of tree is holding off: Some trees, including maples and black walnuts, are already showing off their autumn hues.
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