Black Figs

June 23, 2014 in

Your Mission, should you choose to accept it, is a Fig. It’s also Black. Not that this is a Black Op. Sure, fig leaves have been used in past “covert” operations (think paradisiacal gardens). But, there’s nothing clandestine about these Black FigsOur Black Figs are grown in Niland, California (June crop) and Madera, California (July crop). Historically, they first arrived in San Diego via Franciscan missionaries in 1768. Those Spanish monks planted trees all along the West Coast with every new mission they founded. Earlier still, the ancients of Asia cultivated and enjoyed these dark-skinned beauties. They are smooth on the outside, and...

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