Or rather mulberries into something we can enjoy. Besides destroying our patio this tree does offer some entertainment in the form of drunk squirrels (mulberries ferment after falling off the tree) staggering around the yard. I also have a peach tree that generates the most sour, hard; little peaches, suggestions for that would also be appreciated. The squirrels use steal these
and then throw the pits at us.
From a Michelin-starred pastry chef and founder of The Tiffin Project, a nonprofit for South Asian women
Dark Chocolate-Topped Burfi
The Illustrated Cookbook Bringing a Legend Back to Life
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