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Definitely trying this when fruits are in season

...maybe even with some of my own harvest 8)
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I could see "winter fruits" arranged this way too -- apples, pears, oranges, maybe giant strawberries a little later on... Available tropicals like bananas, mangos, fresh pineapple.... :D you have any other "must try" fruit recipes ?
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Re: Definitely trying this when fruits are in season

Beautiful - thank you for sharing. Happy New Year!
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