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February 10, 2010


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Im new to persimmons too and Ive recently discovered I love them. This recipe looks great - what a good combo!

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

I love persimmons, though I never see them in the markets near me. I can imagine the combination with the avocado, and it would be wonderful. Im bookmarking.

T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

I have never tried persimmons. Ill add it to the list.


I have never had a persimmons before - Ill be on the look out the next time I shop - its just something thats never been on my radar.Your dish looks amazing!


I too have never tried persimmons. Im not quite sure as to why. I do have an avocado in desperate need of a dish though. I may just have to guacamole it, again! Thanks for sharing, Julia...


I am so glad you shared this. I have tried to appreciate persimmons but must keep eating them...wrong! This way looks much easier than a persimmon pudding. Russos, here I come...

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