simple life of a grand mother
I learned a new word today! At first glance I thought your photo was of an orange, but wasn't sure. I had to use Google to find out they are indeed a type of citrus, but certainly not one I had any knowledge of. Yael, do you eat them as they are, or do you make jam etc? I love finding out about something new! Thank you for a fascinating post:)
This fruit is like a grapefruit but sweeter. I tried Google to find the translation for '"poomelit" as we call it here but did not find. may be Pomelo is like this. We do with it everything that we are doing with oranges- eat, drink and jam. this post was easy and fun:)
It's name is also citrus maxima or sweetie or "oro blanko", or citrus paradisi, who knows. thank you Shirley:)
I think we'll have to stick with Sweet Grapefruit. I wish I could grow citrus fruits here. We can grow Lemons but they have to go indoors for winter.
It is realy sweet.
I love fruit, and fruit fresh from the garden is so good!
Thank you linda and wellcome to my blog,
I was just thinking how nice and easy to do a short post and earlier tonight I wanted to do something short and easy too but I didn't, and then I read you said that! I like it. I am not familiar with your fruit but understand what it is from your description.
I saw that your post was not so short:)
Sweet grapefruit..sounds lovely!
And it is Fances.