- Thin peach, nectarine trees to get larger fruit
- Thin out peach and nectarines to produce larger fruit during the next two to three weeks. Thinning, or the removal of fruit by hand, is an important step in growing larger and higher-quality peaches and nectarines.
- US: Nectarine market in transition
- The market for imported nectarines, plums and peaches has been fairly steady through the Chilean season. As the end of the season approaches this month, an increase in the amount of fruit coming in could drop stonefruit prices for most of March.
- Nectarine and poppyseed cakes
- Place three slices of nectarine on top of each cake (but do not press them in). Bake the cakes for 20-30 minutes or until well risen and golden brown. Test with a skewer.
- (Wood)-firing up the senses REVIEW
- The scent from the ironbark, olive and nectarine woods being burnt in the oven drift into the street before you enter — firing up the appetite. Which is just as well because you need an appetite to eat here. Gluttony?
- Recipe: Nectarine and almond cake
- Nectarines are at their most plentiful at the moment. Slice them up and put them in your bircher. Grill them with honey and cinnamon and dollop some good ice cream over the top.
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