Saturday, September 17, 2011

Guava (baby)

All the internets and side-of-package says that baby guavas are more fragrant and flavorful than the regular-sized ones, so I should probably have had a guava: original sauce before sampling these morsels.

They look kind of battered and they are PUNGENT but they are sooooer tasty.

Did I mention seedy?  Full of tiny, hard seeds.  And not tiny like strawberryseed-tiny, but tiny like grapeseed-tiny.  So, palpable.  But impossible to bite through, so you sort of just swallow them with the sweet, perfumey flesh.

They taste like a pear-slash-berry.  Pearberry!

Monday, September 12, 2011

Raspberries (yellow)

Yellow raspberries taste exactly the same as red raspberries

but are janky to look at.

Why should anyone have to SEE all the individual raspberry-hairs?  Red raspberries, bless you for your dark complexions.

Monday, February 21, 2011

Currants (red)

So pretty!

So gross.  Currents are bitter and tart.

Maybe they are good in things?

No.  They are apparently delicious as jam, though.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Apple (Jonagold)

Jonagolds!  You are huge.

And crispy.  And applish.

And, did I mention huge?  You are the perfect ferry-snack.

Like backyard apples, but the good kind.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Blood orange

Deceptively orange on the outside...

Suitably bloody on the inside.

Neat!  Except, it tastes just like a regular, bloodless orange.

How disappointing.  Ah well.  More aesthetically pleasing (or freaky) in fruit salads, maybe.

Monday, January 24, 2011


Oh tangerine, what makes you not-an-orange?

Besides being, if possible, more orange than an orange?  You are equally as difficult to peel.

Is it because you are sweeter?  Because of your infinite seeds?


Tastiness:  Sweeter than an orange. Otherwise, exactly like an orange, which is delicious.  So eight.

Ease of Extractability:  See: peel.  See also: seeds.  Five.

Overall nommability:  Forty.