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Foraging for fruit in Carroll Gardens

Urban fruit foraging is on the rise, according to an article in the New York Times. In fact, there are foragers in our very own neighborhood. Has anyone fruit foraged before? Or does anyone know where there’s fruit growing on these blocks? I might have to give this foraging thing a try…

Jennifer Perillo, a mother and food writer who lives in Brooklyn, became an accidental neighborhood fruit forager last summer. She was driving to her mother’s house in Bensonhurst when she saw vibrant red balls hanging from a tree in someone’s yard. Cherries!

She saw a peach tree, too, and leaned over a fence for a sample. The owner was none too happy, but when she explained that she only wanted her children to taste a fresh Brooklyn peach, he gave her half a dozen.

Then she started looking for fruit in her own neighborhood, Carroll Gardens, finding apricots and figs in abundance. “Honestly, for years I walked around the neighborhood in my own world and I never noticed all of this before,” she said.

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