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Hill Country Treat

Hill Country Treat
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Old-time Mainers know all about the Black Oxford, a native variety that ripens in mid- to late October. It stores well and offers the right sugar/acid balance, giving it both sweet and tart flavors for great off-the-tree eating.

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