Tiger's Eye Shelling Beans
The Tiger's Eye Shelling bean has three phases of maturity. When it is young its flesh has a nearly all white appearance with faint pink specks.
Artichokes Fiore Viola
Fiore Viola is Italian for “purple flower”; this large variety of artichoke was developed in collaboration with growers in France and Italy.
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Pluot is the registered trademark name given to a stonefruit that was developed by Floyd Zaiger of Zaiger Genetics in 1989. Zaiger developed the original pluot from plum and apricot lineage. Zaiger develops all of his hybrid fruits by hand pollination versus genetic modification. The attention and care taken to create a pluot from parent varieties is painstakingly precise. Floyd Zaiger created the original pluots under extreme temperature control, transferring pollen from one fruit to the next with a tweezers. There are dozens of pluot cultivars that range in sugar content, color and rate of maturity. Common marketing names include Dapple, Hand grenade, Flavor Fall, the Dinosaur Egg and the supreme variety, Flavor King.
Pluots have the initial appearance of a mottled plum. Their colorings range from red-skinned and pale amber-skinned to ruby-fleshed and blazing gold fleshed. The skin is taut and thin, clinging tightly to the fruit's flesh. Their skin breaths and excretes a film or coating that sits as a residue on the fruit. Most pluot varieties are extremely sweet, often spicy, low-acid fruits with a juicy, chin-dripping tender firm flesh, qualities that the fruit was developed to achieve. When multiple variates of pluots are planted in the same orchard scattered pollination between trees will occur, often times this imparts an enriched flavor to the fruits.
Pluots, like other stonefruit, are best enjoyed fresh at their peak of ripeness. They may also be baked, roasted, sauteed, pureed or cooked for jams, compotes, ice creams and reductions. Complimentary flavors are vanilla, nutmeg, tropical fruits, chocolate, citrus, basil and chiles. Other favorable pairings include pork, lamb, grilled shellfish and crudo-style seafood. To store, let ripen at room temperature and store in refrigerator for up to one week.
Pluots are the result of grafting apricot and plumcot trees onto plum tree rootstock. They are not the first ever plum-apricot hybrid to be developed; that distinction is held by the plumcot, a 50/50 blend of plum and apricot. The ratio of hybridization in pluots, though is, by definition, 75% plum and 25% apricot, though it could vary, but the rule of thumb is more plum than apricot. The result is a fruit which draws on the best qualities of its parents to create a new fruit perhaps better than its origins - much like technology, improving upon its previous carnation. Pluots evolved out of the intention to improve the plum's status within the stone fruit industry. Like most stone fruits, pluots thrive in regions such as the San Joaquin Valley and the eastern Mediterranean coast, where winter time temperatures are cool but not cold and the summer season is long, warm and dry.
Restaurants currently purchasing this product as an ingredient for their menu.
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Recipes that include Pluots. One is easiest, three is harder.
|The Cooking Bride||Pluot Cake|
|Alexandra's Kitchen||Pluot And Frangipane Galette|
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charlotte publix 1442
Near Wingate, North Carolina, United States
About 4 days ago, 7/25/14
Castro Farmers' Market Near San Francisco, California, United States
About 6 days ago, 7/23/14
Spotter's comments : Pluots spotted at Castro Farmers' Market. Mmmm... Dapple Dandy pluots. Organic from Frog Hollow Farm in Brentwood, CA
Philadelphia Wholesale Produce Market
M. Levin & Company, IncNear Darby, Pennsylvania, United States
6700 Essington Ave, Philadelphia 19153
About 12 days ago, 7/17/14
Spotter's comments : Pluots spotted at Philadelphia Wholesale Produce Market.
ShopRite, Pennington, NJ Near Lawrence Township, New Jersey, United States
About 27 days ago, 7/02/14
Santa Monica Farmers Market
MarcieNear Santa Monica, California, United States
Jimenez Family Farm
1834 W. Hwy. 154, Santa Ynez 93460
About 34 days ago, 6/25/14
Spotter's comments : Pluots spotted at Santa Monica Farmers Market.
Little Italy Mercato
Smit FarmsNear San Diego, California, United States
About 38 days ago, 6/21/14
Spotter's comments : Pluots spotted at Little Italy Mercato.
The Little Italy Mercato
Audrey Smit OrchardsNear San Diego, California, United States
About 73 days ago, 5/17/14
Spotter's comments : Pluots spotted at The Little Italy Mercato.
Glen Park Village Farmers' Market Near Daly City, California, United States
About 317 days ago, 9/15/13
Spotter's comments : Pluots spotted at Glen Park Village Farmers' Market. Flavor bombs from Kashiwase Farms. Organic of course!!
Metropolitan Market Near Seattle, Washington, United States
About 339 days ago, 8/24/13
Spotter's comments : Pluots spotted at Metropolitan Market. OG Pluots from Frog Hollow Farms!
Fort Mason Farmers' Market Near San Francisco, California, United States
About 345 days ago, 8/18/13
Spotter's comments : Omg, these are SO good! Little sweet flavor bombs from Cipponeri Family Farms.
Whole Foods Market Near Seattle, Washington, United States
About 376 days ago, 7/18/13
Spotter's comments : The best of both worlds (plum & apricot) - Pluots!!!
Whole Foods Market Near Lake Grove, New York, United States
About 378 days ago, 7/16/13
PCC Natural Markets Near Shoreline, Washington, United States
About 385 days ago, 7/09/13
Spotter's comments : Pluots spotted at PCC Natural Markets. Organic Plouts are at PCC today
Santa Monica Farmers Market Near Santa Monica, California, United States
About 454 days ago, 5/01/13
Spotter's comments : Scott Farms