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Fruit & News of the Week: June 5th 2017

Fruit of the Week Stella Cherries Frog Hollow Farm, Brentwood, CA Stella cherries are dark almost to the point of being black and slightly smaller than the big, bold Bing.These are the last variety of cherry for the season. Crimson

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Fruit and News of the Week: May 12th

THIS WEEK’S FRUIT Honey Rich Apriums Frog Hollow Farm, Brentwood, CA An Aprium is a cross between an apricot and a plum. Both the Aprium and the Pluot were developed by Floyd Zaiger outside of Modesto, CA using the “low

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Fruit for Week of April 15th 2013

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This Week’s Fruit Hass Avocados Eco Farm, Rainbow,CA Creamy in texture, nutty in flavor, with a small to medium seed. The Hass skin is easy to peel and darkens from green to purplish-black as it ripens. You can tell it

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Recent Posts

  • Frog Hollow Farm Apricot and Carrot Soup

    This soup can be served chilled or warm (use chives for garnish if serving cold)

    from Mario Hernandez of The Order of The Fat Tongue

    Ingredients:
    6 apr…

  • Farm Focus: Stone Fruit 101

    Well, stone fruit season is finally here and we thought it would be fun to share some info about what stone fruit are and how to take care of them!

    What is a…

  • Fruit & News of the Week: June 19 2017

    This Week’s Fruit:
    Santa Rosa Plums
    Frog Hollow Farm, Brentwood, CA
    Santa Rose plums are famous for their beautiful dark skin, yellow flesh and are delicious…

  • Recipe: Crumb Topping for Pies & Crisps

    Crumb Topping
    This topping can be used all summer for
    fruit crisps and pies. It works very well with
    gluten free flours, too!
    from Martha Stewart
    Ingredien…

  • Fruit & News of the Week: June 12th 2017

    This Week’s Fruit:
    Stella Cherries
    Frog Hollow Farm, Brentwood, CA
    Stella cherries are dark almost to the point of being black and slightly smaller than the…