Tiny and tender, bright, green French beans are smaller than common green beans. French Beans are available year round with a peak season June, July and August.
French Breakfast Radish
This oblong heirloom radish's vibrant color graduates to a white tip. Very crisp, the lovely color makes it a popular favorite. Quaintly named, this variety is topped with bright greens and offers an excellent mildly sharp flavor.
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Fuyu Persimmons are available from mid fall through winter.
Fuyu persimmons essentially are considered the only commercial and viable supermarket-ready persimmon. Though this has not always been the case, 20th century industry standards and expectations led to their benchmark value. They qualify as the leading non-astringent persimmon, allowing for them to be eaten fresh out of hand at various times during maturation vs. other persimmons, which will absolutely require being ripened prior to eating, meaning too fragile for shipping and lowering the commercial value of the fruit within a globally distributed food culture. The Fuyu persimmon is an improved variety that benefits from a trifecta of qualities. It lacks a core, seeds or tannins (it is one of few non-astringent persimmon varieties).
Though Fuyu persimmons command an edible advantage over other persimmon counterparts, they do share common characteristics with other persimmon varieties. They have a rounded ovate beefsteak tomato shape with an indented leaf on their stem end, pumpkin colored tones in both skin and flesh and when ripe, possess layers of flavors reminiscent of pear, dates and brown sugar with a cooling finish. Their texture varies from crisp and succulent when young and perfectly ripe to more tender as they mature.
Fuyu persimmons are often used as a substitute or in tandem with apples and pears, as their texture is crisp yet tender and flavor, sweet. Though there are other varieties better suited for preserving and jamming, Fuyus are considered the most versatile persimmon because of their many possible uses and companion ingredients. They can be eaten fresh out of hand, added to cold appetizers and salads, used as a topping in pizza, pies, tarts and even ice cream. Complimentary ingredients include cranberries, pomegranates, ginger, vanilla, nutmeg, cream, brown sugar, maple, soft and fresh cheeses such as burrata, mozzarella and mascarpone, pecans, pistachios, bacon, proscuitto, figs, mild lettuces and bitter greens, herbs such as basil, arugula and mint, citrus, balsamic vinegar and nut oils such as hazelnut and walnut.
In Africa, persimmon trees are known by the name "swamp ebony", referring to the fact that the lumber of the trees are used as an ebony substitute.
The Fuyu persimmon is native to Japan. It is a pollination constant variety meaning it does not change color during the ripening process nor does it require pollination to produce non-astringent fruit. It was traded and naturalized in southeast Asia and it was introduced to the United States from Japan in 1910. Reproducing fruit from the original cultivar allowed for the first ever non-astringent astringent persimmon, meaning that Fuyu's were originally astringent by nature.
Restaurants currently purchasing this product as an ingredient for their menu.
|Tom Hams Light House||San Diego CA||619-291-9110|
|All American Grill||San Diego CA||619-296-9600|
|The Tavern||Coronado CA||602-628-5890|
|Marine Room||San Diego CA||858-551-4676|
|Prepkitchen Del Mar||Del Mar CA||858-792-7737|
|Cucina Urbana||San Diego CA||619-239-2222|
|La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club||San Diego CA||858-454-7126|
Recipes that include Fuyu Persimmons. One is easiest, three is harder.
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Whole foods Aventura North Miami Florida
Near Cooper City, Florida, United States
About 79 days ago, 2/02/14
Fred Meyer Near Bellevue, Washington, United States
About 92 days ago, 1/21/14
Little Italy Mercato Near San Diego, California, United States
About 109 days ago, 1/04/14
Spotter's comments : Fuyu Persimmons spotted at Little Italy Mercato. Tom King Farms
Fresh Market, Daphne AL Near Loxley, Alabama, United States
About 149 days ago, 11/24/13
maruetsu Near Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
About 154 days ago, 11/19/13
Spotter's comments : Fuyu Persimmons spotted at maruetsu. 1 for 128 yen from gifu. They are looking great.
?? shibuya Near Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
About 158 days ago, 11/15/13
Pike Place Market Near Seattle, Washington, United States
About 171 days ago, 11/03/13
Spotter's comments : Fuyu Persimmons spotted at Pike Place Market. Suggestion..wait till they're nice and soft ;)
New Seasons Market Near Portland, Oregon, United States
About 172 days ago, 11/02/13
Spotter's comments : Fuyu Persimmons spotted at New Seasons Market.
kotobukiya Near Toshima, Tokyo, Japan
About 183 days ago, 10/21/13
Spotter's comments : Fuyu Persimmons spotted at kotobukiya. Had some fuyu persimmons last night!
???? ????? Near Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
About 194 days ago, 10/10/13
Spotter's comments : Fuyu Persimmons spotted at ???? ?????. Cheap! 1 for 68yen from wakayama!
vegetable ishibashi Near Chuo, Tokyo, Japan
About 197 days ago, 10/07/13
Spotter's comments : Fuyu Persimmons spotted at vegetable ishibashi. No seeds inside! Sweet and juicey!
??? ??? (Isetan Shinjuku) Near Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
About 204 days ago, 9/30/13
Spotter's comments : Fuyu Persimmons spotted at ??? ??? (Isetan Shinjuku). Basement at Times Square market
Angelinos Near Sausalito, California, United States
About 457 days ago, 1/20/13
Spotter's comments : The Angelino salad with radicchio and perfectly ripe fuyu persimmons, enjoyed whilst enjoying the view of San Francisco Bay. Perfection!