Annona
Annona

May is usually a time of great anticipation in the world of tropical fruit, with peak mango season just around the corner.  It’s also a time that leaves some very deserving fruits in the corner and not getting the attention they deserve!  The...

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Tamarind
Tamarind

Tamarindus indica This month’s featured fruit is one of the most widely used in the world.  Tamarind is thought to originate in Tropical Africa, but has been used and transported around the world for so long, that many places claim it as their...

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Jaboticaba
Jaboticaba

One of the most popular fruit producing trees in Brazil (and the Fruit & Spice Park) is the Jaboticaba, Myrciaria cauliflora. Jaboticaba fruits are round, dark colored fruits that look and taste a lot like grapes but with a tough, thick skin...

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Sapodilla
Sapodilla

Sapodilla… Nispero… Chico… Naseberry…Ciku. All these names identify the same delicious fruit from Central America, Manilkara zapota. In the United States, this fruit is known as Sapodilla, and it is related to Mamey Sapote, Green Sapote...

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Canistel Pie
Canistel Pie

Tropical Fruit Recipes, Rare and Exotic Fruits, Rare Fruit Council International, Miami, FL Mix together and set aside. 7/8 cup brown sugar 1 tsp. ground cinnamon 1 tsp. ground ginger ½ tsp. salt   Mix together: 1 ½ cup mashed canistel pulp...

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