From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
These fruit from the Rosaceae family contain a single hard seed or pit (a.k.a. a stone). They include some of our summer faves like cherries, plums, peaches and apricots. Enjoy your favorites in these mouth-watering recipes.
Some cultures believe that after eating a passion fruit you’ll fall in love with the next person your eyes fall upon. Even if you’re not into folklore, this lovable fruit is worth celebrating during this passionate month.
Making significant changes to your diet takes time and baby steps. Deciding which small steps to focus on is up to you. We’ve told you how to up your fluid intake—now it’s time for more fruit. Do you eat enough of nature’s candy? Most folks don’t.
Fruit salad is no longer a side thought. Add fresh ingredients like mint, honey and coconut to create a new and improved version.
Even though winter is in full swing, there are still plenty of delicious fresh fruits to be had.
Know a cobbler from a crisp and a buckle from a Betty.
Sugary goodness, but no calories in sight. Is the newest no calorie sweetener made from the ancient Monk fruit too good to be true? Find out.
With only 60 calories for about 3 ounces, this low-calorie fruit that can be enjoyed on its own or as part of a smoothie or fruit salad.
Summer is all about fruit-filled desserts. When faced with the choice of cobbler or pie, which would you choose? Read the pros and cons of each and YOU vote for the healthier winner!
Pickling isn't just for veggies. Add pickled fruit to a salad or serve on grilled meat.