do you have a passion for passion

fruit?
I love it! it's so gloopy and slurpy (apart from when you crunch the seedy bit); kinda reminds me of a more palatable oyster. . .
GAK! ok, so maybe I shouldn't have brought oysters into it (sorry!!); anyhow, back to the plot. . . which was the deliciousness that is a passion fruit - they kinda remind me of a bittersweet lychee, only more gloopy and slurpy and slightly less firm in the bite (and you don't crunch the nut thing in the middle) the insides of a passion fruit look a little like frog spawn. . . in a slender aubergine eggshell. . . don't they, whereas lychee - - -
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blast, I'm all confused now
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this week I discovered the wonderful passion fruit in the most perfect form: as a gloopy slurply sauce on top of a smooth coconut milk panecotta
YUM!

(the only problem is that for some reason the silly people who make it
just had to add beef gelatin to the recipe: GAK!)

6 comments:

moreidlethoughts said...

Mine are the yellow-skinned variety. Said to be sweeter, I've not noticed a difference.Try one stirred into a creamy rice pudding.

letouttoplay said...

poetry in passion fruit!

Mel said...

Ummmmmm....can't say I've had the pleasure--

Somehow likening it to frog spawn kinda makes me hesitant.
Go figure. LOL

I'll just ummmmmm....enjoy you enjoying.
In beef?
k..that's just wrong.

Frog spawn in beef jelly.

O
M
G

Zig said...

something a tad ... naughty (?!) ... about all that !

Dave said...

What Ziggo said.

I'll stick to my home-grown strawberries thanks.

Mel said...

k...frog spawn in beef jelly is no more appealing at 11pm as it is at 6:30am.

But Horatio is up and very entertaining! :-)