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I’m the owner of a feijoa (pineapple guava) tree in San Jose, California, in the southern San Francisco Bay Area. The tree was planted many years ago and has grown well above the roof line of our one-story house, which is about as a big as a feijoa tree can get. Since we moved into the house about eight years ago, I’ve been finding ways to use our bountiful annual crop of feijoas. There are probably thousands of feijoa recipes on the internet, especially from New Zealand, but it seems that very few Californians have published their tricks for serving this common backyard fruit. To fill the gap, I thought I would share the tastiest results of my cooking experiments. Enjoy!

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