Fruit! Fruit! Fruit! (and it’s good for you too)
All these “Still Life” fruit photos taken by JoshWillTravel
Any fruit or 100% fruit juice counts as part of the Fruit Group.
Fruits may be fresh, canned, frozen or dried and whole, cut-up or pureed.
“How do ya like them apples?” (An expression of gloating when someone turns the tables on someone else, the phrase originated in World War I with the “Toffee Apple” trench mortar used by British troops, in the 1959 film Rio Bravo a guy tosses a hand grenade and says the line, and it is used again famously in the 1997 film Good Will Hunting)
“Is that a banana in your pocket?
Or are you just happy to see me?” – Mae West
(usually said when it appears someone has a boner to embarrass and draw attention to them)
Baking Banana Bread pt 1 – Recipe, Instruction & Prep:
Baking Banana Bread pt 2 – “The Banana Bread is Baked”:
Mrs Hochmeyer’s Banana Bread recipe (live on Periscope, and now on YouTube)
Here is Mrs. Hochmeyer’s Banana Bread Recipe!
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“Who wants an orange whip?
Orange whip? Orange whip?
Three orange whips.”
– John Candy in “The Blues Brothers”
“Everyone should wake up and have a fresh-squeezed orange every day. By having a fresh glass of orange juice with American oranges, you are supporting the local economy, you have all the vitamin C you need in a day, and you support the environment because you don’t use any plastic from bottles or bags.” – Jose Andres
“The Trunk, Leaves, and Flowers of this Tree, very much resemble
those of the Orange-tree.
The Fruit, when ripe, is something longer and larger than the largest
Orange; and exceeds, in the Delicacy of its Taste, the Fruit of every
Tree in this or any of our neighbouring Islands.
It hath somewhat of the Taste of a Shaddock; but far exceeds that, as
well as the best Orange, in its delicious Taste and Flavour.”
—Description from Rev. Griffith Hughes’ 1750 Natural History of Barbados.
The grapefruit is a subtropical citrus tree known for its sour to semi-sweet fruit. Grapefruit is a hybrid from Barbados (an accidental cross between two species, sweet orange and pomelo, both were introduced from Asia in the seventeenth century). The grapefruit’s name alludes to clusters of the fruit on the tree, which often appear similar to grapes, but it was known as the shaddock or shattuck until the 19th century. Further crosses have produced the tangelo (1905), the Minneola tangelo (1931), and the oroblanco (1984). Varieties of Texas and Florida grapefruit include: Oro Blanco, Ruby Red, Pink, Thompson, White Marsh, Flame, Star Ruby, Duncan, and Pummelo HB.
“A table, a chair, a bowl of fruit and a violin;
what else does a man need to be happy?”
– Albert Einstein
Tangerine, she is all they claim
With her eyes of night and lips as bright as flame
Tangerine, when she dances by, senoritas stare and caballeros sigh
And I’ve seen toasts to Tangerine
Raised in every bar across the Argentine
Yes, she has them all on the run, but her heart belongs to just one
Her heart belongs to Tangerine
Tangerine, she is all they say
With mascara’d eye and chapeaux by Dache.
Tangerine, with her lips of flame
If the color keeps, Louis Philippe’s to blame.
And I’ve seen clothes on Tangerine
Where the label says “From Macy’s Mezzanine”.
Yes, she’s got the guys in a whirl, but she’s only fooling one girl
She’s only fooling Tangerine!
– “Tangerine” by Johnny Mercer & Victor Schertzinger (1941)
“The trees that are slow to grow bear the best fruit.” – Moliere
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AND THEN CLICK AGAIN TO VIEW THE PIC AT FULL SIZE!
“You’ve got to go out on a limb sometimes because that’s where the fruit is.”
– Will Rogers
“Life is just a bowl of cherries…”
Definition of “life is just a bowl of cherries” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus: something that you say that means that life is very pleasant. This phrase is often used humorously to mean the opposite.
You work, you save, you worry so/But you can’t take your dough when you go, go, go
The sweet things in life, to you were just loaned
Life is just a bowl of cherries/So live and laugh at it all”
Watermelon is the name of a sweet edible fruit.
It is a member of the Cucurbitaceae family of flowering plants.
Originally from Africa, it is now grown worldwide.
There are more than 1000 varieties of watermelons.
Watermelon has a high water content, it is ~92% water.
Water melon has nutrients, vitamins, and minerals.
Vitamin C, B1, B5 and B6, and A; Potassium, Magnesium,
carotenoids (beta-carotene and lycopene), and citrulline (an amino acid).
“I found my thrill on Blueberry Hill,
On Blueberry Hill when I found you.” – Fats Domino
The strawberry fruit was mentioned in ancient Roman literature in reference to its medicinal use. The garden strawberry was first bred in the 1750s in Brittany, France, via a cross of Fragaria virginiana from eastern North America and Fragaria chiloensis, which was brought from Chile in 1714.
“When life gives you lemons, make lemonade” ― Elbert Hubbard (a proverbial phrase used to encourage optimism and a positive can-do attitude in the face of adversity or misfortune)
The Cranberries are an Irish rock band who formed in Limerick, Ireland in 1989.
The band consists of vocalist Dolores O’Riordan and three other guys.
Fruit or Vegetable?
And what about Tomatoes, Cucumbers and Corn?
(“that keep us on growing once we have been born”)
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