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29 December 2012

Autumn Treats. Delicious Organic Pomegranate

When I cut open this organic pomegranate, it turned out to be so beautiful that I couldn't resist the temptation to take some pictures as you don't come across such a magnificent deep cerise (reddish pink)-ariled specimen every day.

Open pomegranate. (© 2012 LightColourShade. All rights reserved)

Open pomegranate close-up. (© 2012 LightColourShade. All rights reserved)

Open pomegranate fruit. (© 2012 LightColourShade. All rights reserved)

Pomegranate fruit arils. (© 2012 LightColourShade. All rights reserved)

Pomegranate fruit cut. (© 2012 LightColourShade. All rights reserved)

Pomegranate fruit halves. (© 2012 LightColourShade. All rights reserved)

2 comments:

  1. It seems to me that pomegranates would qualify as "weird foods." Just look at them, in their elegant impossibilities, but oh, so good! I remember to this day the first time I ate a pomegranate, and thought how wonderfully weird this little fruit was. I still think that when I eat them. And your photos seem to do them justice.
    Another weird food would be artichokes, and, to my mind just as delicious in other ways.

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    1. Well, it's never occurred to me that pomegranate can be seen as "weird foods" ;), probably because as long as I can remember it's been a staple in my diet, but it is indeed an unusual fruit.
      BTW, artichokes are one of my favourite foods.

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