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A Summer Dessert Recipe Using The Tastiest Stone Fruit

A Summer Dessert Recipe Using The Tastiest Stone Fruit

Every year we eagerly anticipate the return of stone fruits around mid-July. Stone fruits -- including fruits such as peaches, nectarines, apricots, and cherries -- got their nickname because they are fruits with a very large, hard pit found in the center. Stone fruits are native to warmer climates, so they are very susceptible to bruising when grown in the winter months, and when they have to travel far, so it is best to eat them while they are in their prime, usually around mid-June through September.

The link below will provide you with a recipe that includes two tasty stone fruits, apricots and cherries. With the addition of graham crackers for a little extra crunch, this refreshing dessert recipe is perfect for the summertime.

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