what is your favourite summer fruit? and why
mine is the blackberry--juicylicious
Mmmmm, yes. I went blackberrying a couple of weeks ago and got a bumper crop. Most of it went into the freezer. Making blackberry crumble today as a matter of fact.
I also like:
plums, raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, and the very early apples you get in England in August (the variety is called Discovery and it has a lovely tangy flavour).
...more than one...all berries...and of course peaches...mmmmmm....fresh peach pie!
Wrylit,--Do you eat it on its own or with something else
@WryLilt mango works for me too...hope greek is no where around...
The type grown in southern Ontario, Canada are incredibly juicy, with a nice semi-soft and mealy texture, and a flavour to-die-for. It's easy to pry the fruit off the pit as well. Quite unlike the California or Florida peaches, which are generally a much denser texture and a lot less juicy.
You guys don't know what your'e missing.
Blueberries!! Because they're delicious and super sweet! Oh, and watermelon
I've got peaches, blackberries, pears, apricots and grapes growing in my backyard.
As I am more or a chocolate fudge kinda guy, you are all welcome to come and get them before the @#%@^@^@ birds, squirrels and raccoons finish them off
While most of my family goes for huckleberries and mangoes and strawberries are good, nothing can quite compare to blueberries. A topping for cereal, by themselves with a little cream, or with shortcake and whipped cream nothing compares.
Peaches from the Texas Hill Country, Strawberries from the Texas Valley, and Watermelon and Cantelope from Central Texas
Any berry is really nice over the summer...I'm lucky in California that we tend to have most fruit year around (imported from South America over the winter).
...okay...just had my first taste of 'concord grapes'...they are only around for a couple of weeks in Canada....need to add them to my favs!
I love summer fruit. Too bad it's now heading into fall. I think my favorite is a perfectly ripe and juicy peach. Romeo, Michigan has some great Peach orchards. YUM!
Mango - if eaten on it's own.
Also papaya when made up as an iced papaya shake with a touch of nutmeg - just divine!
by Sharice 6 years ago
What is your favorite summer time fruit?What fruit are you looking forward to eating most this summer? How do you plan to eat it? Part of a dessert recipe?
by IslandBites 9 months ago
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by mavy 9 years ago
For me banana because aside that it can make your skin healthy it is also good for the heart.
by Ishwaryaa Dhandapani 7 years ago
What is your favorite fruit juice?My most favorite fruit juice is mango juice. I also like watermelon juice and peach juice.
by Ann810 7 years ago
What fruit do you add to your healthy cereal?
by matherese 9 years ago
which is your favourite fruit? How many portions of fruits do you eat each day?
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