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January 26, 2007

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luckybeans

Delicious!

M-H

Cross between a plum and an apricot, right? My daughter was talking about them in NZ last week. I haven't seen them in the shops here yet.

Casey

I have never heard of these, but they look awfully tasty (and pretty)... :)

ann

they're my favorite fruit! so delicious. also called an aprium or a plumcot, depending on the farmer and how much plum is mixed with how much apricot. Any way you dice it... delicious.

amisha

i love the pluot + bloomer picture :)
they are delicious! and beautiful as well.

sooz

Aw my mouth is watering! I'll be keeping an eye out for these. I like the plumcots as well, though I haven't seen many this year. Drought?

Alicia G.

I've also seen Pluots called Dinosaur Eggs. My son always gets excited when he sees them! They are delish!

Jennifer

OMG - that is one of my favorite fruits. It's always perfect! I'm so glad you discovered them too

Tammy S.

Now that's really neat. My dad sold his crop to Fruit Patch, so you could very well be eating pluots from his field. =)

I hopped over to your blog via Yarnstorm...this is my first visit here.

jeannette

i feel bad somebody's ripping you off (per latest post). so here's a little something that won't make it up for you, but it's a penny in the pot rather than one out.

http://bellaviva.com/Dried-Fruits-and-Nuts/Dried-Pluots.html

expensive, but unbelievably good starting around dec. 18 when i'm all cookied and cooked out. for me only. the others get oreos.

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