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Momed in Atwater Village will offer a special à la carte menu featuring baharat beef & hummus ($12.50), Moorish Pacific white shrimp ($14.50), persimmon & pomegranate salad ($16.50), and cardamom creme caramel ($10.50).
The oriental persimmon is deciduous with attractive leaves in the fall.
Iberville's party probably didn't even have persimmons (Plaquemines Parish is named for a Native American word for the sweet, pucker-inducing fruit), because the season had already passed.
Match your lips to your flowers with this gorgeous tulip bouquet that comes with a persimmon amuse bouche lipstick from Bite.
Top 2 cups arugula, ¼ cup thinly sliced red onion, and 1 cup sliced persimmon with 2 slices pork loin and 1 Tbsp toasted almonds.
According to Lee, people have donated everything from persimmons to a bag of guava, a batch of Hello Kitty cookies, and even an unused backpack.
Another Times Cookie Bake-Off finalist: Linzer cookies with persimmon filling.
Mickelson played in the event’s 1994 debut with a persimmon driver in his bag and Amy, then his girlfriend, by his side.
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