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herby | Jul 1, 201801:34 AM     221

Welcome to July, 2018 Dish of the Month reporting thread! This month we will be baking stone fruit cakes. A stone fruit, also called a drupe, is a fruit with a large "stone" inside. The stone is sometimes called the seed, but that is a mistake, as the seed is inside the stone. Examples of stone fruits are peaches, nectarines, plums, lychees, mangoes, and cherries.

To see how we got here, have a look at our nomination thread: https://www.chowhound.com/post/dotm-j...

and the voting thread: https://www.chowhound.com/post/dish-m...

Use this thread to report on the stone fruit cakes you make. Pictures are not required, but are encouraged. In the spirit of DOTM, this is a place to expand your personal culinary boundaries. So seek out new-to-you versions of the dish to try out this month.
Do remember, all reporting threads are open indefinitely, and you can continue to post any future versions of this and all previous DOTMs that you cook. Here is a link to our archive: https://www.chowhound.com/post/links-...

Per Chowhound rules, please do not quote an author’s recipe verbatim, but you may paraphrase it or include a link. If your recipe is original, you are welcome to include it in its entirety if you like.

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