One of the best parts of fall season are the wonderful fruits that reach peak ripeness. We have two small pomegranate trees on our farm, and there’s nothing like a fresh pomegranate to add flavor and color to a sauce or salad.
When Don was in elementary school, he used to walk home from school each day, and one of our neighbors had a large pomegranate tree…it seemed like there were hundreds of them. I’d grab a pomegranate for lunch when they were in season. Ours don’t produce as much as that due to climate and size, but there’s still nothing quite like fruit off the tree as the weather calms and cools during the fall.
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