KRT FOOD STORY SLUGGED: SHELF KRT PHOTOGRAPH VIA CHICAGO TIRBUNE (KRT106-November 24) Decorative pomegranates turn up in fall, just in time for the holidays. This ancient fruit represents fertility, hope and prosperity. At market, buy plump fruit that are heavy for their size and have skin that's bright to deep red. They will keep for days at room temperature, and several weeks in the refrigerator.
KRT FOOD STORY SLUGGED: SHELF KRT PHOTOGRAPH VIA CHICAGO TIRBUNE (KRT106-November 24) Decorative pomegranates turn up in fall, just in time for the holidays. This ancient fruit represents fertility, hope and prosperity. At market, buy plump fruit that are heavy for their size and have skin that's bright to deep red. They will keep for days at room temperature, and several weeks in the refrigerator. KRT
KRT FOOD STORY SLUGGED: SHELF KRT PHOTOGRAPH VIA CHICAGO TIRBUNE (KRT106-November 24) Decorative pomegranates turn up in fall, just in time for the holidays. This ancient fruit represents fertility, hope and prosperity. At market, buy plump fruit that are heavy for their size and have skin that's bright to deep red. They will keep for days at room temperature, and several weeks in the refrigerator. KRT

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