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    Kathi Guest

    Default Snow and Kiwi fruit

    Can you believe that Mother Nature has delivered snow to my part of
    Ontario this week? Nutts!! Followed by lots of cold cold rain and
    wet slushy stuff. Ick.

    Kiwi fruit must be in season somewhere, because I can pick up 2 kg
    baskets of them for pretty cheap. My daughter likes the firm ones to
    eat fresh, and those that go soft get chopped up and frozen for later
    use. Once I collect enough, I'll thaw them, and the bag of frozen
    strawberries from last year, for jam. Everyone likes my Strawberry
    Kiwi Jam

    Kathi, hibernating still

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    NT Guest

    Default Re: Snow and Kiwi fruit

    On Apr 24, 6:11*pm, Kathi <kat...@xplornet.com> wrote:
    > Can you believe that Mother Nature has delivered snow to my part of
    > Ontario this week? *Nutts!! *Followed by lots of cold cold rain and
    > wet slushy stuff. *Ick.
    >
    > Kiwi fruit must be in season somewhere, because I can pick up 2 kg
    > baskets of them for pretty cheap. *My daughter likes the firm ones to
    > eat fresh, and those that go soft get chopped up and frozen for later
    > use. *Once I collect enough, I'll thaw them, and the bag of frozen
    > strawberries from last year, for jam. *Everyone likes my Strawberry
    > Kiwi Jam
    >
    > Kathi, hibernating still


    Mix kiwi with bramley apple 50/50 and put it in a pie. Yum!


    NT

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