Monday, November 21, 2016

Cavalock and The Tamarillo Tidings

If a peach ever got down and dirty with a fig, their love child would probably be a tamarillo. A native fruit of New Zealand, I got my first taste of it last weekend at a New Zealander's birthday party. It's a a little tangy but still tasty with a peachy texture. Should have gone for a tighter close-up photo but that there below is a tray of over a dozen tamarillos, all peeled, cut up and just warm enough to be enjoyed with a delicious scoop of vanilla ice-cream.

Pic from Wiki

And now this. So my 83-year-old Dad renewed his senior citizen's zoo visitor's pass and snapped more than a few hundred shots while he was at it. More primates than birds this time. Enjoy!

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