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March 15, 2012

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Bill Robinson

What an interesting new slant on bread rolls. I shall try these this weekend. We grow persimmons here in Valencia. They are called caquies in Spain. I'm pleased I found your site. I will come back again to look for more interesting and unusual recipe ideas.

Bill

alice

I don't like potatoes but that looks really delicious.

Dana Dawes

These sound wonderful. I have never been persimmon or walnut hunting but we did go raspberry and blackberry picking with my Grandma. What does a persimmon taste like?

On a different topic I tried to comment and like your post on fb but it wouldn't let me, not sure if its because I'm using my kindle.

Oh Good morning Glenna, your friend Dana :)

Glenna

Alice--You don't really taste the potatoes as much as they just add moisture and texture--so they could still work for you.

Dana--Wow, hard to describe without saying "tastes like a persimmon". haha. Sort of tart and sweet with the texture, I think, of an extremely ripe peach.

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