Sunday, June 13, 2010

Guess this fruit?

I had to beg DD a soccer player herself is bitten with this World Cup Soccer fever to take some pictures. She finally obliged! We don't have cable TV but no worries espn3.com to the rescue with live streaming of matches which are not on ABC. Connect the computer to the TV and there is absolutely no difference.



What fruit am I?



What am I going to be cooked into?

Where did the fruits come from?

22 comments:

  1. mulberries..mulberry jam?

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  2. marionberries! Into a cobbler?

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  3. mulberries...tarts...came from my aunt's house in India :)

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  4. Mulberry for sure. Did you find them in the wild? Mulberry jam, tart/pie, coulis, cobbler, smoothie?

    Mamatha

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  5. Those are definitely blackberries. Smoothie, ice cream, pie, tarts?

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  6. They look just like the blackberries that grew on bushes in Nana's garden long ago. If you're cooking them -- a cobbler is nice :):)

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  7. Mulberries. Jams / jellies / tarts / cakes ... :-)

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  8. Black berries, call them 'Hippunerale hannu" because there are purple! :)

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  9. we used to cal these "shahthooth".. blackberries here, i think.

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  10. you went blackberry picking(?)

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  11. Blackberries? Jam or smoothies...

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  12. With the stems on, I think those are mulberries...!!I think!
    Cupcakes, Jams, Chutney????

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  13. I'd have guessed blackberries or mulberries - saw blackberries 'live' for the first time last year, mulberries not so far.

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  14. Mulberries they are!

    Gaile, I did some looking into, marionberries grow in the North West, though they look very similar to the mulberries these were not.

    I never thought of smoothies but of course they will be great in them.

    Shaheen, they are indeed shahtooth translated to mulberries. I did a search after my Afghani student gave me a taste of the dried ones and told me they are called 'tooth' and the description of the tree. And what do you know they grow in the roadside near our home :)

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  15. I already read the ice cream post, but i would have called them blackberries if i did not. I have not seen these around :-(

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  16. wow! for the first time ever, I was right for a guess-game on your blog!

    feels good :)

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