Some of the amazing edible bites along the way to Tinnari, my favourite place in the world.
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Does anyone know what type of fruit this is? I only know the name in dialect.
they look like yum yum fruit. I had them here in China in June. They are very sweet, but not seedy though.
Beautiful picture, they look very tasty!
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Great image, Jenn. I forget what these are called, but I’ve eaten them in southeast Asia. They are wonderful!
Hugs from Ecuador,
Not knowing what a corbezzolo is, what type of fruit is this. It is amazing looking and quite interesting! What is the texture and what does it taste like! Is it an autumn or summer fruit? Reminds me of a strawberry! Please let us know, now I am really curious! Have a beautiful day!
I’ve never tried it, and I’ve only seen it out in late summer early fall. My husband loves them, they look really seedy which I don’t like.
Well done, Jennifer.
They look like they would be extra tasty – we had our first prickly pear fruit last week in Sardinia, loved them, and brought some home to give to our family as they would never get one at home
Wow, Jenn! They look awesome 🙂
I would have thought it was a lychee, but apparantly the cobezzolo has an edible skin.
It is corbezzolo…..molto dolce quando maturo ed il belo é che cresce selvaggio…..
pero, io non mi piace. 😦
Looks like corbezzolo…