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French melons and plums

Farmers’ markets often offer an enticing variety beyond the anemic choice offered at the local supermarket or even big-box convenience stores. The one I like to visit as part of my lazy Sunday ritual has a good mixture of vendors selling baked goods, fruits, vegetables, meats, and seafood. 790 more words

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Don't Spit the Seeds!

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I learned something new today. Black and white colored watermelon seeds, as well as cantaloupe and honeydew melon seeds, are edible and nutritious.  42 more words

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Fall Into The New Pace

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After the going going going of the summer season.  The initial shock of a slower pace can be kind of jolting.  By the time the season is going full force and is carrying its own weight it can take a while to naturally slow down.   783 more words

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Lazy days, lightening, Florida flea markets and Disney disappointment!

Ok, this holiday is very different from other Orlando vacations when we are on the move and busy every single day and come home absolutely knackered.   970 more words

Last of the Season: Melons & Margaritas

Summer is slowly coming to an end, which in Texas, means cooler weather is rapidly approaching. In fact, we actually got some this weekend, but I’m not holding my breath as this weeks forecast is back up in the nineties.   297 more words

Fruit Picking in Ibaraki

As Japan’s second biggest producer of agricultural products, Ibaraki is heaven for fruit lovers with a number of farms and orchards open to visitors. In autumn, many of these places offer fruit picking experiences, giving you the opportunity to enjoy freshly picked seasonal fruit with your friends and family. 818 more words

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I'm In Love With A Fruit

Of all the fruit varieties
The melon’s romantic life
Is the one most prone to
Tension, tears, and strife.

From the watermelon bride
Who will never be a mom… 80 more words

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