This old-fashioned member of the tomato family bears small orange berries inside a papery husk. Fruits can be eaten raw, dried, frozen, canned, or made into preserves, cooked pies, and desserts. If any of you are feeling adventurous, I’ve heard they’re tasty when dipped in chocolate. If you try that, let me know what you think! To eat, squeeze the husk at the stem and the fruit pops out.