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It’s Pomegranate Season

November 11, 2010

One day I hope to live somewhere with pomegranate trees on my street, like my dear friend Kate.  In the meantime, I hungrily wait for pomegranates to appear at the Co-op.

They’re here.  They’re on sale.  They’re gorgeous and delicious and I never put them in any recipes because I’m too busy eating  the seeds as soon as I can coax them out of their shells.

What’s your favorite way to eat pomegranates?  I’m hoarding them in the dining room, and may eventually feel satiated enough to try something new.  😉

XOXO,

Stephanie

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 12, 2010 6:13 am

    Have you ever tried juicing one? It’s a pain in the butt, but the fresh juice is amazing. I made Fesenjan, a traditional Persian lamb and pomegranate stew a few years back. It was a lot of work but oh so tasty! http://www.thegoodfoodmuse.net/search?q=pomegranate

  2. November 17, 2010 2:47 am

    Different Megan here, but I was going to say fresh pomegranate juice is to die for! In Thailand, I can watch the person squeeze the fresh seeds and get a bottle of it for about $1.75. That’s kind of a lot for Thailand, but it’s sooooo good!

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