Tuesday, November 16, 2010


...Also known as the pineapple guava.

I have been getting these for 2 weeks in our CSA box and they were a mystery to me. But after cutting into them and tasting them I love them! I hope they continue to be in our box for weeks to come! They have a tough, leathery skin but the inside is soft and delicious. They taste exactly like their name...pineapple guava! Sweet and tangy. This week I am going to add the pulp to muffins, smoothies and whatever else sounds tempting. Last week we just cut them and ate them with a spoon.
I love trying new foods! Especially locally grown, fresh produce. These certainly did not disappoint.

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