Saturday, April 28, 2007

It's Cherimoya Season in S. California.

An easy fruit to overlook, it's got an unappealing murky green skin, a short growing season, too many seeds and its not cheap. But the custard-like fruit is delicious.

Put it in a fruit salad - one cherimoya (pitted), one sliced orange, one apple and one avocado, both cut into eights, topped with plain yogurt.

More John Fahey.

7 comments:

Bliss said...

Ummmmmm!!!!! Delicioussss!!!! ;-)

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spacedlaw said...

Now I'll have to go and look for pictures of that fruit (most likely not to be found in Italy).
Lovely picture, as usual.
N.

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