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Monday, December 04, 2006

Fall Fresh Fruit shopping

Yesterday, Husband and I went to our neighbourhood european style produce and cheese store: Milk Pail. We always have fun going there, looking at the abundance of fruits and vegetables, and picking out something new each time we go there. Here is all that we got this time...

Granny Smith (green) and Gala apples (red).. The Grannies are going to make a yummy apple cake, with NO oil/butter, sometime this week.. The Galas will go into some fresh apple juice.

Pumpkin... the symbol of fall... this mini one will make some sweet pumkin sabzi, indian style, maybe over the weekend.

Persimmon.. to me, it is yet another symbol of fall.. I totally adore this fruit, not too sweet, not sour, perfect crunchiness... Ahhh!! Half of these have already been devoured since this picture was taken.

Oranges... yet another orange colored purchase for this weekend's groceries... These will serve as dessert on some dinner nights, and may make some yummy juice over the weekend.

Avocadoes... did I ever mention that husband loves them, he eats them raw, right out of their skin!!! These will make some yummy guacamole, or I might try that Mexican soup we had in a restaurant the other day.

Bananas... we have been craving some good oatmeal in the mornings these days, since its so cold outside.. These will top our oatmeal for breakfast!


Thats the arrangement in my kitchen utility cabinet...

19 Comments:

  • At 5:39 PM, Blogger Lakshmik said…

    All the fruits look so colorful and fresh. Good pictures too.

     
  • At 10:02 AM, Blogger trupti said…

    beautiful colors! I also like the fruit bowls. Very pretty.

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  • At 7:03 AM, Blogger RP said…

    Wow! Love seeing fresh produce!

     
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