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“Daddy grew rubber trees, papaya (which we called pawpaw), mangoes (which we called plums), guavas, and ptanga, a greenish orange fruit that showered your mouth and cheeks with its tart-sweet juice.”
“But I am fairly sure in my own mind that a diet of plums is bad for you, and that any rational reading system needs to include a considerable amount of pap or roughagecall it what you will.”
“He’d brought the orders home to show her along with a couple of plums from the farmer’s market to celebrate the good news.”
“The flavor of the plums was amazing, and it seemed like there was just the right amount of sugar in the filling to balance all the flavors together.”
“CHOCOLATE elderflower, umeboshi, green tea: a long strand of chocolate somewhere in consistency between pulled taffy and pudding, with umeboshi dried Japanese apricots often called plums ice cream, dots of elderflower and green tea gels, and bits of crunchy dried chocolate and tea.”
“In some the plums are all on the top, and we eat them gayly, till we suddenly find they are gone.”
“Mr. Stakman: Always add arsenate of lead two times, when the buds are swelling and when the plums are the size of green peas.”
Trees, Fruits and Flowers of Minnesota, 1916 Embracing the Transactions of the Minnesota State Horticultural Society,Volume 44, from December 1, 1915, to December 1, 1916, Including the Twelve Numbers of "The Minnesota Horticulturist" for 1916
“I kind of suspected that the plums was a little mite too ripe.”
“The plums were the season's earliest, an Italian prune variety from the Okanagan.”
“It is where your scrambled eggs come flavored with hyper-reality, where the plums are the sweetest, where you occasionally hav”
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