The fruit of a deciduous tree "Prunus persica" originally from China but now cultivated worldwide in temperate climates. The sweet juicy flesh may be white, yellow or orange, surrounds a large rough central stone and is enclosed in a downy skin ranging in color from cream to orange/pink. Used both raw and poached as a dessert and for jam. Cooking Tips: They could be easily peeled if dipped in hot water for 5 minutes. If they are not ripe then store them in paper bags to help them ripen faster.
A medium-sized stone fruit (Prunus persica) native to China; has a fuzzy, yellow-red skin, pale orange, yellow or white juicy flesh surrounding a hard stone and a sweet flavor; available as a clingstone and freestone.
The fairy fruit. The fruit that gave immortality to the Immortals and was the elixir of life to the Daoists. Emblem of marriage. Symbol of spring and immortality. The peach tree of the Gods was said to blossom once every 3000 years and the fruit of eternal life took another 3000 years to r ipen.
This is stone fruit of the peach tree coming from Asia. Sweet and juicy pulp, mainly white but sometimes yellow, as well or green, red. Used as fresh juice and nectar. Fresh fruit is used for claret cups/ punch, as well. You can also get it stewed in cans. German Pfirsich, french Pêaches, Pinaplle Guava. Also other word for Feijoa.
This fruit is third in importance in the U.S. (behind apples and second-place oranges). There are two general classifications: Freestone, in which the pit falls freely away from the flesh, and Clingstone, in which it does not.
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