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  • Pittman & Davis Apple-Pear Crisp

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    It is apples and pears season and it can be a hard choice when deciding which to use for a snack or recipe. Both are juicy and sweet, plus terrifically nutritious. So what better way to eat these fruits than to use both of them when making an all-American classic Crisp topped with another American favorite food – the yummy, salty yet sweet, buttery Peanut Butter. Imagine digging into a creamy and crispy mixture of oats and whipped cream combined with rich peanut butter and caramel-flavored brown sugar. Dig a little deeper and smell the mouth-watering aroma of cinnamon and…

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  • Pittman & Davis Southern Fried Apples

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    You might be thinking that Southern Fried Apples are deep-fried but they are not. In the South, they use the word frying even though it has nothing to do with frying food in oil.  Mostly, the term fried in the South simply means sautéed food in a frying pan. For…

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  • Pittman & Davis Roasted Duck with Apples and Oranges

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    Get ready for a cozy, autumn-inspired meal featuring the delightful combination of tender roasted duck, Pittman & Davis’ Fuji apples, and zesty Navel oranges. This recipe is all about warmth, comfort, and delicious flavors. Ingredients 1 (5-pound) duck 3/4 teaspoon kosher salt 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground pepper 1 yellow onion,…

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  • Pittman & Davis Traditional Apple Pie

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    A homemade apple pie is one of the most beloved desserts you can make. When delicious Pittman & Davis’ Apples are in season, there is nothing better than this tasty treat. This traditional apple pie recipe includes a crust you can make from scratch, but you could easily substitute a…

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  • Pittman & Davis Apple And Pear White Sangria

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    Traditionally, sangria is made by infusing red wine with citrus, berries, and other fresh fruit. White wine sangria, however, is a lighter take on the usual red wine sangria and it pairs well with crisp, tart fruits like Pittman & Davis Fuji Apples, and Pittman & Davis King Comice Pears.…

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  • Pittman & Davis Fried Apples

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    Apples combined with cinnamon is the basis for some of our favorite desserts such as apple pies, turnovers, and cobblers. But home made Fried Apples pack all of the same flavor into a fast, simple, and easy to make recipe that leaves out the wheat crusts and flour toppings and…

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  • The 6 Best Fruits for a Diabetes Diet

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    Do you have a loved one with diabetes to whom you’d like to send a gift for Easter, Mother’s Day, or another holiday? Buying food gifts for someone with diabetes can be a little tricky, but the good news is that many fruit baskets make great, attractive gifts for diabetics.…

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  • 5 Fruits for Flawless Skin

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    Want to look younger? Eat fruit! With the way they benefit your skin (not to mention your overall health), fresh fruit (like cherries, or even dried fruit like apricots) is an ideal addition to your daily diet. The essential vitamins and minerals contained in fruits help in the production of…

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  • How to Wash Your Fruit

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    Packed with vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants, we know that fruit is super-good for us. But ingesting them with any harmful residues or germs that may have gotten on them isn’t, which is why it’s always important to wash your fruit before you eat it. This rule applies to all…

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  • 5 of the Best Winter Fruits

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    It may seem natural to equate winter with comfort food and not fresh fruits and vegetables, but there are plenty of fruits that come into season in the wintertime – and you need them! Bereft of sunlight, the long, dark, cold winter days can deprive you of nutrients and sap…

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