Monday, April 7, 2008
2. Cherimoya, a native to South America. Peel its skin, remove the seeds, and you can have the sweet, juicy pulp with a custard like consistency. The flavor has a hints of mango, pineapple, papaya, and vanilla custard. Spoon the fruit out or use it in salads, sorbets, pastry, and jams.
3. Litchi. Native to Southern China. Under an easy-to-peel shell, the fruit surrounds an inedible stone. It’s very juicy, fragrant, and sweet, and tastes like a combo of strawberry, rose, and Muscat grape. Eat it raw and fast, because it will ferment. Choose fruit with a blush and no crack. You can also found this fruit in canned in syrup, dried, or candied.
4. Persimmon. The national fruit of Japan. It’s tender, sweet, and fragrant, with hints of plum honey, and pumpkin. Eat it raw, when soft. Start fruit (carambola). Native of Asia. The skin is edible; the flesh is juicy, and slightly acidic. You can eat it raw or cooked in fruit or vegetable dishes. It is best when purchased ripe. Look for golden, firm, aromatic fruit.
Saturday, April 5, 2008
While taking a sip of my coffee while starring at my computer, my frustration fades slowly. Thank god I saw this site that says a perfect cash advance! Boy, this is a perfect solution for this dilemma! I’m really lucky ‘coz I just had my payday loans. Now, I am certain that I will no longer miss this event.
Friday, April 4, 2008
Thursday, April 3, 2008
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