The Amazing Dragon Fruit alias Pitaya (Spanish word) is mostly red in color , while peach or yellow colors can be found within. The fruit grows on a climbing cactus mostly. The flesh inside is mild-flavored, soft and juicy. And they are mostly native to Central America and Mexico so to say. The unopened flower buds are sometimes cooked and eaten as vegetable
Blackcurrant pavlova - pink dye in meringue, topped in sweetened cream and blackcurrants. BC - 200 grams of blackcurrants, Juice of 1 lemon, 4 tablespoons of sugar, 1/2 tsp corn-starch - Wash and de-stalk currants, put into pan, add l.juice, boil for one min, add sugar mix til sugar is dissolved. Heat briefly, add corn starch mixed with few tablespoons of cold water. Bring to a boil and set aside. Fruits should be in syrup. If necessary, add a little more flour or water.
Dragon Fruit Indigenous to Central America but is also grown and exported from several Southeast Asian countries, such as Thailand and Vietnam. Obtained from several cactus species, its succulent stem provides the uniquely delicious fruit with moisture in the arid climates where it grows. #GlobalEats #GlobeIn