MP3: VC: February 23rd, 2008 "Pluots"

22.02.2008

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VC: February 23rd, 2008 "Pluots" MP3

n an attempt to Google the word "Pluto" host Stuart McLean accidently types in "Pluots" and whoa! Who knew! Today on the Vinyl Cafe we talk all about crossbreeding plums and apricots, watermelons with cumquats and even dogs with apples - which would give you an apple - a fruit that will come when it's called. Or how about a cross-breed of a cat and a peach. A pat - a fruit that will wash itself. Source: cbc.ca

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