DIY Pittman & Davis Bartlett Pear Baby Food

By: The Pittman & Davis Team | 0 Comments | | Category: DIY

When it is time to make your own baby food, Pittman & Davis Bartlett Pears are an excellent choice. Pears are nutrient-dense, so they have important vitamins, minerals, and fiber, but at the same time they are relatively low in calories. The Pittman & Davis Bartlett Pears nutrition, combined with... more

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By: The Pittman & Davis Team | 0 Comments | | Category: Mangoes

Today, there are more than 1000 mango varieties grown in the United States. However, these tropical fruits are still considered exotic and are seldom included in our must-buy-lists when we go grocery shopping or when going to farmers markets. Mango Fruit Mangos or Mangoes they actually mean the same thing,... more

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What are the best oranges for gifts?

By: The Pittman & Davis Team | 0 Comments | | Category: Fruit Baskets, Navel Oranges, Texas Oranges

When someone says citrus, the first fruit that comes to mind is a plump, juicy, sweet Orange that is delicious, flavorful and utterly refreshing. It could be because oranges are timeless fruits that are available in all four seasons. It may be because they symbolize happiness and determination. Or, perhaps,... more

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When are Texas Grapefruit in Season?

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Grapefruit, botanical name Citrus paradise, is a natural hybrid between a pomelo and sweet orange. It was first known as “the forbidden fruit” and was later called “grapefruit” due to its grape-like cluster when growing on trees. Texas Grapefruit History It is believed that the white grapefruit found its way... more

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What are Texas 1015 Onions?

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Gourmet onions are usually used as a base for numerous recipes in many different cultures. Onions, when sautéed, give dishes a rich umami flavor and subtle sweetness that adds depth and flavor to dishes making them more intense and complex. Onions also help tone down the harshest flavor compounds through... more

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What is the best summer fruit?

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Hot days, humidity, and rain are all indicators that summer is upon us. With the temperature rising each day, it is imperative that we pay attention to our health and fitness. But being healthy does not mean we have to say goodbye to tasty food. In fact, being healthy means... more

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Fun Facts about Mangoes

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What comes to mind when you hear the word tropic or tropical? I immediately think of the blue ocean, relaxing resorts, verdant forest and amazing fruit and cuisine. Mangoes or mangos are creamy, tasty and delicious tropical stone fruits (drupe) that belong to the flowering family plant genus Mangifera. It... more

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When are Georgia Peaches in season?

By: The Pittman & Davis Team | 0 Comments | | Category: Peaches

In the beautiful southern state of Georgia the “Southern gentleman” Peach is currently in season. The fuzzy, succulent, staple summer fruit that is a member of the rose family is once again making everyone’s mouth water. Peach gifts are being sent all summer to both individuals and businesses as well.... more

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Where do Pineapples Grow?

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The pineapple tree with botanical name Ananas comosus is a stocky herbaceous perennial with tough, waxy leaves. Pineapple trees grow to about 1.0 to 1.5m in height and produce approximately 200 flowers when creating its fruit. The fruit of each individual flower conjoin and create the pineapple fruit. History and... more

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When are onions ready for harvest?

By: The Pittman & Davis Team | 0 Comments | | Category: Onions, Vidalia Onions

Onions are used commonly in our everyday cooking. They are used often as they provide the base for other flavors to stand on. Onions add a sweet, earthy flavor to many different dishes and provide a spicy flavor when served raw. Without onions, most vegetable flavors would come off bland... more

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