As I dipped my spoon into the steamy rust-colored persimmon pudding, the rich, spicy aroma wafted from the dish. A little of the accompanying cream ran into my spoon and mixed with the pudding. The flavor of this unique fruit and dessert signify the holidays for me.
Persimmons, a seemingly forgotten fruit, prove to be versatile, delicious, and beautiful. They have definitely earned a place in my holiday repertoire alongside the other winter fruits such as pomegranates, oranges, pears, and grapefruit.
The persimmon greeting cards feature watercolor persimmons with or without prose about persimmons printed on a high-quality linen card. The text on the cards with prose reads:
“PERSIMMON | Diospyros virginiana: The fruit is morphologically a berry | Grow in eastern and warmer midwestern US states | Before metal, persimmon wood made the highest quality golf clubs | Korean folklore says dried persimmons scare away tigers | Persimmons can be eaten fresh, baked, broiled, and dried | Favorite uses: persimmon pudding, persimmon brie crostini, | warm spilling persimmon sauce over goat cheese or pork”
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- Blank inside, artwork print and text on the outside
- Size: A2 (4.25″x 5.5″)
- Comes with matching or gray envelope
- Printed, cut, and sent from Sioux Falls, SD
Any “Ripe and Roasted” watermark in product photos will not appear on actual cards.
All artwork designed and produced by Cami Jacobsen with Ripe and Roasted. All rights reserved.