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Lindera Farms Pawpaw Vinegar - 200 ml
Lindera Farms Pawpaw Vinegar - 200 ml
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  Earthy Delights Frozen Pawpaw Puree - 2 lb
Earthy Delights Frozen Pawpaw Puree - 2 lb
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  Fresh Pawpaws - 3 lbs
Fresh Pawpaws - 3 lbs
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Pawpaw Links
Earthy LinksLinks to Pawpaw Resources "Pawpaws" - Wikipedia Entry - Good, basic information on the history, culivation and uses of North America's largest native fruit. Kentucky State University Pawpaw Information Website - Kentucky State is a leader in the promotion of Pawpaw cultivation and use. Extens ...
Pawpaw Mousse
 Step One: Start with Ripe Pawpaws  Ripe pawpaws are pretty ugly. Once off the tree, their smooth pale green skin begins to darken and soften like an overripe banana. That’s OK, though – it means that they’re at their peak of flavor. Step Two: Slice, seed and scoop Split the pawpaws roughly down the middle with a sharp knife to reveal the pale creamy flesh and ...
Pawpaw Cookies with Fennel Pollen
 Cream the shortening and sugar thoroughly. Beat the egg and add it, along with the pawpaw pulp to the creamed sugar/shortening mixture, stirring well to combine. Stir in the dry ingredients, mixing well. Form into small balls, about 1 ½ inch diameter and place on a lightly greased cookie sheet. Gently press into round flat shapes with the bottom of a glass that has been lightly gre ...
Pawpaw Crème Brûlée
  Select 4 or 5 fully ripened pawpaws. Ripe pawpaws will be very dark, almost black and very soft to the touch. Halve them and scoop out the soft, custardy flesh with a spoon, discarding the skin and seeds (unless you’re saving them to plant later, but that’s another story). Put the pawpaw pulp into a small food processor or blender and puree until smooth. You should have ...
Pawpaw-Champagne Sabayon
Over a low simmering double boiler, whisk together the egg yolks and sugar until creamy. Meanwhile, warm the champagne slightly in a microwave or in a pan.Slowly add the warmed champagne to the egg yolk and sugar mixture, whisking continually. Continue to cook, stirring constantly, until thick and light. Set aside and allow to cool.Gently fold in the pawpaw puree. Whip cream into stiff ...
Pawpaw Chiffon Pie
 Soften the gelatin in cold water. Combine the ½ cup sugar with the salt, egg yolks, and milk in the top of a double boiler. Cook over boiling water, stirring constantly, until mixture coats a spoon. Remove from heat and stir in softened gelatin and pawpaw puree. Chill until a spoonful holds its shape (about half an hour).  Beat the egg whites stiff with ¼ cup of whit ...
Pawpaws, A Uniquely American Fruit
   Pawpaws are a curious fruit, little known to most of us, even though they have a long history in North America. The pawpaw is the largest edible fruit native to the United States and its natural habitat lies in the temperate woodlands of the eastern United States. The pawpaw is most commonly found near riverbanks and in the understory of the fertile eastern US forests. A Lit ...

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