Persimmon, Pom and Prosciutto

This is going to be a very short blog entry for two reasons:  I just downloaded Gimp photo editing software and spent an hour trying to get some glare off

Guava coconut ice, hold the guava

Guavas suck. There.  I said it.  I’m sure I’ve just pissed off thousands of people in the guava industry in the middle of droughts and global warming and all the

The Great (Green) Pumpkin (Squash)

A few days ago I wrote about cute little grape kiwis, and said that everyone likes to eat something if it’s extra mini.  Now, only two days later, I’m going

Wee Kiwis

Little is cute.  This isn’t news.  The smaller they are, the more we like them.  It all started with Arnold.  Next it was Webster.  Mr. Papadopoulos…  Recently, TLC started “Little

Go Green (Smoothie) or Go Home

A while back, Jerry Seinfeld’s wife wrote a cookbook where she hid healthy food inside kid-type food to pull a fast one on her kids.  I think she stuffed organic

Joe Pesci Key Lime Shooter-Pies

Now everyone has heard of key limes, but around here they still count as a “dangerous food,” because they’re not something that often sits beside the lettuce and tomatoes in

Rind Slop Salad

Now this title isn’t very fair, because today’s dish was entirely edible.  I was just struggling for a good heading and feel like I’ve been a bit too free with

Red currantly gorgeous

There are times in my life when I have to take a step back and say, “Wow, what did it take to make something that pretty happen through a random

Virgin Custard Apple Piña Coladas

Wow.  Congratulate me on a title that is so googlable that my webphone is going to be ringing off the hook. Here comes a long story short.  I have a

Reach for the star fruits (aka Carambola)

If my blog was a beauty contest, the star fruit would be a finalist for sure.   It might not win overall though, because in the words of the Northern Pikes,