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  • noun Plural form of plumcot.

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Examples

  • Family Tree Farms (owned by another branch of the same family, the Jacksons), they're called plumcots (which, strictly speaking, should refer only to 50/50 crosses).

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  • Wegmans Food Markets, the mid-Atlantic region supermarket chain, typically stocks two kinds of plumcots and one variety of Aprium.

    When Apricot Met Plum...

  • There are a lot of things that make their debut at the farmers 'markets in California -- like pluots or plumcots or whatever they're called now.

    Louise McCready: Barbara Fairchild On Today's Changing Foodscape

  • They also crossed plumcots with apricots to form the Aprium, but I've yet to see those here in Australia.

    Pluot Crumble

  • They also crossed plumcots with apricots to form the Aprium, but I've yet to see those here in Australia.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • The three of them took us on a tour, while we ate peaches, apricots, plumcots (a cross between plums and apricots), all fresh picked from the tree.

    Peaches, Pears and Windmills.

  • Yesterday I stopped at the grocery store on my way home again to buy bread, and I ended up buying plumcots as well, just because the name made me laugh.

    Hahahaha. Plumcot.

  • Maybe I've been living under a rock, but I've never heard of plumcots before.

    Hahahaha. Plumcot.

  • Plum-apricot hybrids, known as pluots (more plum parentage) or plumcots (equal parentage), are generally sweeter than plums and more complex in aroma.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • Plum-apricot hybrids, known as pluots (more plum parentage) or plumcots (equal parentage), are generally sweeter than plums and more complex in aroma.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

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