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Crusty French baguette, crisp water crackers, apple slices, and housemade stone fruit preserve serve as welcome compliments to the rich, salty cheeses.
For instance, he’s created a house amaretto infused with stone fruit pits and a lemon’s juice, peel and pith.
Kashiwase Farms is known for its peaches and stone fruits, but the fourth-generation farm in Merced County also harvests nuts.
To the south between Egg Harbor and Fish Creek, Edgewood Orchard Galleries, housed in a 1918 stone fruit barn, features changing shows along with the works of more than 150 artists.
Tap into the sweet perfection of all the brilliant stone fruit in season right now.
One of our favorites, Montgomery Place Orchards, has been running for 29 years and boasts some of the best strawberries, asparagus, raspberries, green beans, heirloom tomatoes, and stone fruit in the region.
The safest fruits to snack on include bananas, most berries, grapes, lemons, limes, and pineapples, while stone fruits, apples, blackberries, and canned fruits are more problematic.
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