An easier way to enjoy pomegranate

10/15/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Harvesting juicy pomegranate seeds doesn't have to be hard work, writes Russ Parsons. Score the fruit into quarters and dig the seeds out of the pith while holding the fruit underwater to extract the seeds with less mess. Chefs can also reach for a bottle of pomegranate juice or molasses to give fall fare a sweet, tangy touch.

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