Sometimes I forget what isn't really mainstream and assume everyone will be able to identify the basket's fruit. That happened last week with our delicious Fuyu persimmons. The fattened, orange-colored, shiny orange fruit that looks something like a tomato, is a persimmon. You can eat it like an apple. I like the skin. This fruit also makes a premium dried-fruit product. Slice in thin layers and dry out of direct sun. We have to pick them when they still have a little green blush on them because of wiley coyote's fondness for the tree-ripened ones. If there's still a little green on yours, let it sit on your counter for a few days.