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    Quote Originally Posted by leelai View Post
    We have rambutans here too......they look great on a fruit platter for something different.....I prefer lychees though.

    Carambola or star fruit are another good one for show......



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    Another yummy tropical fruit that I like to eat unseen, lol. I like them tart rather than really sweet.

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    Time for the main course.

    Zuppa Adama.

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    Lamb rogan josh, vegetable masala, chicken vindaloo, pilau and naan.

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    You 2 have just made me very hungry!

    Admiral.....that looks delicious!

    Love Rogan Josh Kay......add some naan for dipping....too good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaykaykay

    Love tropical fruits, but most are a messy pain to eat. I like to eat that kind of stuff at home so I can make a pig out of myself and then wash up, lol.

    Love the tropical fruit selection in Toronto Chinatown. There's a produce store on Spadina that I'd like to just pull up a chair at, and eat up like a pig at a trough, lol.
    I miss the tropical fruit salads we enjoyed in Trinidad. It took my mother some time to prepare everything, but it was worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Brown View Post
    I miss the tropical fruit salads we enjoyed in Trinidad. It took my mother some time to prepare everything, but it was worth it.

    What kind of fruits did you get in Trinidad?

    I don't know much about the place, but I'm guessing that the food is tasty there because of the mix of cultures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaykaykay

    What kind of fruits did you get in Trinidad?

    I don't know much about the place, but I'm guessing that the food is tasty there because of the mix of cultures.
    OK.

    Pineapples, Mangoes, Citrus fruits, papaya, and bananas were the main components of the fruit salad.

    Other fruits, not for fruit salads, are guava (I found gave too strong and sickly - I cannot eat it), coconut, Ackee, avocado, carambola ( Chinese star apple), cashew, christophene (chayote), golden apple, granadilla, mammee apple, sapodilla soursop, tamarind and tomato.

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    I found a very useful app in the Apple Store. It contains a dictionary, glossary of cooking terms and various conversion charts.

    It's very handy . Look up cooking in the store. The app is free

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    Quote Originally Posted by leelai View Post
    We have rambutans here too......they look great on a fruit platter for something different.....I prefer lychees though.

    Carambola or star fruit are another good one for show......



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    Star fruit is one of my favorites, but I like it sweet rather than tart! Kaykaykay can have my tart ones!

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    OK.

    Pineapples, Mangoes, Citrus fruits, papaya, and bananas were the main components of the fruit salad.

    Other fruits, not for fruit salads, are guava (I found gave too strong and sickly - I cannot eat it), coconut, Ackee, avocado, carambola ( Chinese star apple), cashew, christophene (chayote), golden apple, granadilla, mammee apple, sapodilla soursop, tamarind and tomato.

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    Richard, I like guava with a little sea salt sprinkled on it. The first time I had it was in Manila when I was visiting my grandma many years ago!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonkey

    Star fruit is one of my favorites, but I like it sweet rather than tart! Kaykaykay can have my tart ones!

    Richard, I like guava with a little sea salt sprinkled on it. The first time I had it was in Manila when I was visiting my grandma many years ago!
    I will try that, Skimonkey. Thanks

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