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    blueberries, raspberries, peaches, cherries
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildBoar View Post
    peaches
    yes, that too.

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    heirloom suckling pig, Oregon spring lamb, salmon berries, alpine strawberries and heirloom tomatoes.
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    Cloudberries that my friend used to bring back from Sweeden. Softshell crabs. Persimmons. Fiddleheads.
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    1. Durian!!
    2. White Truffles
    3. Mangoes

    In that order!!

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    +1 on soft shell crabs

    BUT #1 for me is Ponchatoula strawberries from Louisiana, something about that Mississippi alluvial soil that makes for amazing berries.

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    Being in Wisconsin - Morel Mushrooms in the spring - We usually find some out in western Wisconsin while Turkey hunting and have a great meal with them.
    +1 on soft shell crabs
    Tomatoes

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    Honeydew melon. I'm just eating a slice now. Fresh, sweet and delicious.

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    During spiny lobster season, you can freeze the tails, but if you twist off the heads and boil them up, the most wonderful, sweet meat is in the stubs of the antennae and the cheeks. YUM! Fresh halibut cheeks aren't half bad, either. Green tomatoes with a blush of pink, thin sliced, dredged in whole wheat flour or corn meal, and fried in olive oil--you end up eating them right out of the pan, they're so good. Murcott juice, after a couple of frosts to sweeten the juice, picked on a cool morning and squeezed right away so you have a fresh glass of chilled juice. Comparing it to orange juice is like comparing honey to sugar water.

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