In 2017, the New York Times printed the article “In Praise of the Prune” in their Sunday magazine. The writer, Teja Rao, understands what it’s like to enjoy a quality prune.
“In most parts of the world, including the small town east of Paris where I lived as a kid, prunes were never a punch line. Good prunes were considered a serious craft, a worthy, occasional expense, a perfectly conventional thing to love. They’d be simmered with game, whipped into a boozy mousse or slipped into baggies to eat as a snack.”
We couldn’t agree more — good prunes are a craft, one that we’ve perfected with over 100 years of farming.
Read the full article here.