I haven’t been doing a good job at keeping you all posted on my Life List achievements, but I assure you I’m doing them. All the ones to do with food are seriously being taken care of, mostly with the help of Terrence. The Boy has always encouraged me to try new things, and since I made it abundantly clear that I was ready to be more food adventurous he has been pushing me all the way. He brings home a strange fruit or cheese every time he goes shopping. Saturday mornings he wakes up early and heads over to our local farmers market and returns with arms full of treasures. He usually enjoys them more than I do but I’m putting in the effort. I keep forgetting I’m supposed to be photographing most of these things I eat… but here are a few from a while back that we found in our local supermarket.
Carambola or Start Fruit as it’s better known. I thought these were delicious, but I couldn’t finish one. Terrence also didn’t enjoy eating them in any larger quantity than about 3 slices. The carambola were crisp and watery, I honestly don’t remember the exact flavor though (maybe why I should post these sooner after consumption). All in all they were weird, but tasty. Thankfully Dutch LOVED the star fruit and ate all that I gave him.
Cherimoya fruit was my favorite to look at, but not my favorite to eat. It was weird… the texture was very creamy. Terrence loved it, but found it a bit overwhelming to eat the whole thing. Thankfully we live across the street from his foody parents, who are always more than willing to try whatever weird shit we bring over.
The Pepino Melon I really disliked, but to be fair… I think we waited too long to eat it. This one definitely deserves a second chance. They were very juicy though, but made me scrunch up my face and do a little shake. But I’ll still try another one if I ever come across them again.
Now I’m all sorts of hungry. Wish me luck on finding more oddity fruits, maybe I’ll hit up the Asian Food Market later and score some. They’re very instrumental in my fruit eating over there. Yum.