POM Statement Pieces
Bring your look into fall with this gorgeous hand crafted ring. Talk about bling!
Summer is here, bringing a clean slate and the opportunity to sip on some of the freshest fruit nature has to offer. It's a time for sunshine and new beginnings. Our new POM Juice Blends celebrate just that. We've curated a collection of pieces inspired by our three flavors -- coconut, mango, and pineapple -- that will help you live well in the new season.
How gorgeous is this cheese spread by Made by Mary? She did a lovely pomegranate syrup and put that on top of a lovely round of double creme cheese, then added sliced seasonal figs and crumbled pistachios. This would be just perfect with a glass of wine for happy hour!
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One of our favorite after school snacks is all grown up! Check out this utterly delicious looking version of the classic grilled cheese, amped up with avocado and pomegranate.
We can’t wait to make one for dinner! Here’s how it’s done.
We can’t wait to a delightful cocktail to get this party started. How refreshing does Campari, orange, and POM juice sound right now?
Here’s how it’s done. Hope you have a great one!
We love Dale Talde, not only because he’s a great cook, but because he was kind enough to share his recipes with POM Wonderful this season. In fact, he’s one of the featured chefs in our Chefs Series. And he won “Top Chef Duels” last night.
Dale did his take oh dessert dim sum: a sesame mochi ball filled with maple peanut butter and jelly. Um, yum. Stay tuned for some of his recipes later this fall!
Not only are pomegranates totally gorgeous in real life, but they’re also stunning in artwork. Here’s a beautiful botanical illustration from the Smithsonian that portrays the ultimate autumnal fruit.
This image is from Maria Sybilla Merian’s “Insects of Surinam.”
Oh my word! This looks like a lovely breakfast. Or lunch. Or afternoon snack. Good eye, #Food52. Good eye.
Be sure to check out their awesome Insta feed here BTW. But prepare yourself for some serious food envy!
Say what you will about summer, but we are obsessed with the autumn. The changing leaves, POMs coming into season, the hot cocoa with close friends. What’s not to love?
Hope your fall is off to a fantastic start!
botanical name Punica granatum; is a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub or small tree. Its fruit is often used as a recurring symbol across different cultures, e.g. in Ancient Greek mythology, the pomegranate was also known as the “fruit of the dead,” and to have sprung from the blood of Adonis whereas the Ancient Egyptians regarded the pomegranate as a symbol of prosperity and ambition.
Etymology: from mediaeval Latin pōmum, “apple” and grānātum, “seeded”.