by K8eBug on September 17th, 2008

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Has anyone ever tried a 'plumcot' or a 'peacharine'? Was it good?

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  • by ... on September 17th, 2008

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    I am assuming a "plumcot" is the cross of a plum and an apricot. If so, I have had them and they are excellent, they're just called pluots here.

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  • by Cyanotic Wasp on September 17th, 2008

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    I've never even heard of these.

    I think I'll stay away from grocery stores if anyone ever comes out with a broccolum or a cauliflowerine, though.

    Shall we invent more of these?

    How about seedless grape tomatoes?
    Watermelum?
    Jalapeñoranges?
    Applesparagus?

    On the other hand, if I heard there were women there with pearmelons, I might never leave, either.

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