Pitting Stone Fruit Perfectly

Monday, January 24, 2011

stone-fruits

Many kinds of stone fruit have flesh that clings to the pit, making for a disappointing looking fruit when the pit is removed. To pit small stone fruits like plums or peaches, cut the fruit in half lengthwise. Then use a melon baller to scoop out the pit. You’ll have perfect looking fruit for all sorts of summer recipes in no time at all.

Creative Commons License photo credit: Wilson’s Fruit



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