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  • Janet Owen Driggs reports on "The Del Aire Fruit Park," the first public fruit park in the state. Artbound's ... Fruit Park, to which I contributed as an advisor, from Fallen Fruit , a collaboration between David Burns, Matias Viegener, and ...
  • ... this article to be made into a short-format documentary. Fallen Fruit began in 2004 as an effort to couple urban waste and urban need, ...
  • ... footage of the two trees falling here]Say hello: "Like" SoCal Wanderer on Facebook and follow @SoCal _Wanderer on Twitter to talk about latest in outdoors with other ...
  • ... If you're new, read parts I, II, III, IV of the Weirdest Fruit Series.It's always risky to cook for a group of people when using a new ...
  • ... with bright, colorful labels, many of which portrayed SoCal as a paradise of yellow sun, green fields, blue waves, and Mission ... Year lemons. Image courtesy LAPL Fruit Crate Label Collection   [scald=53925:kl_image_original_context ... Los Angeles produce. Image courtesy LAPL Fruit Crate Label Collection   [scald=53926:kl_image_original_context ...
  • Use SoCal's most famous fruit to win our recipe contest! [scald=40059:kl_image_original_context ... rest aren't grown here as abundantly as they once were, SoCal is still strongly associated with the brightly colored orbs. And so, ...
  • ... Month. While something as commonplace as fresh fruit and vegetables seems too ordinary and mundane to spend a day ... -- if you think about it a bit, eating a fresh piece of fruit or a crisp vegetable might be a little more unique that you'd think. ...
  • ... soursop in Los Angeles. It is only possible to taste this fruit fresh if you happen to have a tree in your yard, although I'm a bit ... Read Part I, Part II & Part III of the Weirdest Fruit SeriesWhen I first started my search, I was set on buying and cooking ...
  • ... dig in together! Read Part I and Part II of the Weirdest Fruit Series. In my last post I wrote that a simple internet search for ... soursop. Excited, I waited for his response. Finding this fruit was such a cinch, I thought, a simple Google search was all it took. He ...
  • I've recently discovered a fruit known to my Salvadoran family as guanaba, known in English as soursop ... Part 1, check it out here.I've recently discovered a fruit known to my Salvadoran family as guanaba, known in the U.S. as soursop ...

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