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We are watching a major cold front blow through the Smokies today. It has the approach of winter in the forefront of all of our minds, so we thought we'd share a bit of folklore with you on this yucky day. The seed of the persimmon tree, found deep within these fleshy edible fruits were (and still are) used by people in this area to predict the weather for the coming winter. Inside each seed you will find one of three possible outcomes: a knife, a fork or a spoon. If you open the seed to…
Sliced brie and goat cheese surrounded by pistachios, olives and persimmons on a wooden cheese board
Fuyu are a variety of persimmon, a tree native to China that thrives best in climates with moderate winters. The recommended USDA Hardiness zones are 6 to 10. These trees produce orange, slightly spicy-tasting fruit. Fuyu persimmon trees are particularly noted for their high fruit yield and plentiful upward growth. To successfully grow fuyu persimmons and ensure a bountiful harvest, plant your persimmon tree in full sunlight and care for the tree year-round.
Exclusive to The Japanese Shop, The Santoku Professional Japanese Chefs Knife is a superb quality Japanese kitchen knife made from strong Damascus steel with a black pakka wood handle. Santoku refers to the three cutting tasks which the knife performs extremely well: slicing, dicing, and mincing. This Japanese kitchen knife has a beautiful wood grain effect on the blade called Senbon Kurokaki, which means one in a thousand black persimmon trees, which are regarded as the most valuable wood…
According to legend, persimmon seeds can be used to predict the severity of winter weather. Cut in half, the persimmon seed will display one of three symbols. A knife shape indicates a cold icy winter (where wind will cut through you like a knife). A fork shape a mild winter, and a spoon shape stands for a shovel to dig out the snow... www.seedsthefilm.com (photo by Chris at Soules Garden)