Published by Kentucky State University and USDA National Clonal Germplasm Repository for Asimina spp. 1997. 12 pages. Single copies available free from Dr. Desmond R. Layne, 129 Atwood Research Facility, Kentucky State University, Frankfort, KY 40601, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or, after 6/97: email@example.com
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Almost half the pages are composed of recipes, about five to the page, 25 in all. They have been gathered from a number of contributors and all are on desserts or the like, which would be expected for a fruit. They provide examples of a wide variety of products, including pies, custards, cookies, cakes, breads and muffins, ice cream, pudding, preserves and punch.
We recommend that readers get this bulletin. It is a great example of the kind of data we should be getting on our fruits. CRFG emphasis has mostly been on selecting varieties and how to grow the fruits. But a lot of our fruits end up on the ground or in the trash. Authorities are all urging people to eat more fruit, but evidently it is often not convenient to eat them out of hand. Perhaps we fruit growers should be spending more of our time developing ways of presenting fruit attractively to the public. The recipes in this pamphlet would appear to provide a model for other kinds of fruit.