Mark, have you ever had a home-grown GA tomato? Like maybe an Early Girl?
Not that one, but I can imagine.....
I loooove Tomatoes and we are in UGLY tomato season here at the moment. Beautiful flavor.
Oooer, what a monster!
Can we class tomatoes as a vegetable, so it's possible to keep tomatoes and have a sweet fruit as well?
My favourite fruit is raspberry so I'd have to keep that I suppose. Don't want to lose any of the others, though!
bananas, i am chosing that one two, so easy to eat, why do you think, people expect you to eat bananas,
I was gonna say Banana's! what would we do without Banana milkshakes!
For me, there's nothing like ice cold Pineapple chunks...........
It would have to be strawberries, but only if I could freshly pick them each day from my strawberry patch - we grow a variety called Pegasus and they are the best I have ever tasted!
Cherries. My all time favorite, can't get enough. Cherry jam, cherry covered in chocolate. Cherries and icecream. Cherry solitair. Yummmmmmmm
I can see the effects of food contest here in forums!
For me its LYCHEE!!!!
BTW it was really hard to choose!
Does anybody else loves lychee?
It's got to be Bananas.
I'm bananas about bananas.
Can you guess what I want to eat now?
Watermelon, especially if as sweet as the ones I grew last summer!
Just good old apple, thank you. if there is no choise, I choose apple.
I'd have to agree on the tomatoes...and yes, definitely home-grown, the store-bought ones have so little flavor. If it could be classified as a vegetable for this purpose, then raspberries.
I've just potted up 20 Gardener's Delight tomato plants (don't know if you have them in the US), plus this year I'm also growing some little hanging basket ones. Fingers crossed, we'll be swimming in tomatoes by September. What doesn't get eaten raw or made into sauce will go in the freezer to add to stews and chillis!
Fresh, large, navel orange. mmmmm I'll be in heaven with a crate of these...
Fruit of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. If I can't get that, then a mango.
Dried organic apricots... yummy... if i cant have dried fruit, perhaps cherries
Oh wow, this is such a hard one, I'm going to say grapes, no tomatoes, no grapes, no yeah, definitely, no, possibly grapes. Ahhh, such a hard one. LOL
Only one? Are you serious? Why? Are they outlawing all the other yummy fruits? Oh, man! I can't!
I can't reject the banana's for the oranges - they taste too good together with a bit of sugar. I can't refuse pineapple when mixed with strawberries. Muskmelon tastes best when found with cantaloupe. Blueberries and strawberries are great with yogurt. Apples, either plain or with peanut butter, but which kind of apple do I like best?? Kiwi - yum! Mango juice is good. So is passion fruit.
I can't, I tell you. I just can't choose! Okay, I know what I'll do. I'll close my eyes and point to the screen....and whichever fruit I point to will be the favorite fruit of today.....
by Sp Greaney 7 years ago
Have you ever grown or tried to grow your own vegetables or fruit?.
by flashmakeit 5 months ago
What is your favorite fruit and how often do you eat it?
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