Photo: Cromwell Fruit = the sweet and fleshy product of a tree or other plant that contains seed and can be eaten as food Fruit Apples Apricots Avocados Bananas Coconuts Cranberries Dates Figs Olives Oranges Peaches Peppers Pineapples Pumpkins Tomatoes Photos Soccoro at the Pochote Xochimilco Market Food, Health, and Cultivating Communities Food Links …

Avocado Toast

Photo: Avocado Toast Stand, Davis Market Avocado toast = open sandwich or toast made with mashed avocado and salt, pepper, and citrus juice on toast. Wikipedia Avocado toast Avocados Fruit Davis, California

Fruit Links

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Photo: Lucia’s Japapeños Pepper = a capsicum whose fruits are hot or sweet Photos Wikipedia Capsicum Chili pepper Carolina Reaper Food, Health and Cultivating Communities Food Links Américas Fruit


Photo: Apricots Apricot = a juicy, soft fruit, resembling a small peach, of an orange-yellow color Headlines On the Etymology of the Word Apricot Embedded Tweets Apricots are available for U-pick in the Gifford, Cook, Adams, and Merin Smith orchards. Varieties include: Moorpark, Blenheim, and Chinese Sweet Pit. Apricots are $1 per pound, or $20 …


Image: Biodiversity Heritage Library, Everything for the Garden (1902) Tomato = a glossy red, or occasionally yellow, pulpy edible fruit that is typically eaten as a vegetable or in salad Las Vegas kudos to Leslie R. Doyle of the Sweet Tomato Test Garden — Elsewhere on the Web Wild Boar Farms Bingo Determinate – …


Date palms (Phoenix dactylifera) of western Asia and northern Africa are cultivated around the world. The trees bear clusters of fruit. Date farms China Ranch Date Farm Shields Date Garden Elsewhere on the Web Wikipedia Fruit Food, Health, and Cultivating Communities