Sweetening the air and our tongues with their alluring aroma & flavor, pawpaw fruits are ripening and falling from the trees. This native American treasure, scientifically called Asimina triloba of the Annonaceae family, is a close cousin of custard apple and guanabana, and shares their divine taste (somewhat like a…….Read More
Now is the time for harvesting and processing black walnut (Juglans nigra of the Juglandaceae family). The green hull will go into organic cold pressed olive for a therapeutic anti-fungal oil-come-salve and the musky-flavored nut meat will go into our mouths. Prized for its wood in furniture-making, this large, native Eastern North American tree can be found growing in USDA zones 4-9. Now is the time for gathering these fallen fruits. Free Food & Free Medicine!