- n. Plural form of persimmon.
“I had Leong get me a case of persimmons from the Asian store or warehouse, I'm not sure where he bought it.”
“Right now I’m writing a story that was born of times spent walking down a railroad track in Illinois with my grandfather, gathering persimmons from a grove hidden back beside the tracks, hickory nuts and walnuts … glass insulators … and the bones of animals that weren’t faster than a train … I didn’t have a story in mind, just images of the tracks … it was enough to start the fingers dancing.”
“Ms. Bastianich doesn't like to have actual flowers in the kitchen, preferring to buy colorful fruit such as persimmons or pomegranates and set them out in a ceramic or wooden bowl.”
“When persimmons begin to ripen find a tree along a stream or river, cats love eating them.”
“Back in the day, if you wanted to eat, you ate a highly processed form of acorns and persimmons and chestnuts and greenbrier.”
“The mushrooms were a new thing too -- white beech mushrooms, Hypsizygus tessellatus, which have that awful acrid taste that unripe persimmons have when raw (high tannin content, maybe?), but cook up into, well, mushrooms!”
“Puree persimmons remove skin, in a blender or juicer.”
“Prior to heading over to school that morning, I made a big batch of Beef Goulash, washed my lettuce, roasted the veggies for carrot soup, and pureed some persimmons.”
“Well, here I am with some very ripe persimmons and a few recipes that have been put at the top of my "to-do" list.”
“I purchased a few persimmons not really knowing what I was going to do with them.”
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