I love dragon fruits and I eat them very often here. They are extremely succulent and juicy and I enjoy the crunchiness when I bite on the sesame kind of black coloured seeds. My favourite way of eating the dragon fruit is slice it in half and scoop out the flesh with a spoon.
Half indeed! :)ReplyDelete
Actually love the 'seeds' for the crunch haha. tQ.ReplyDelete
I love dragon fruits. :)ReplyDelete
That does look delicious! Happy photo hunting and weekend! I played too :)ReplyDelete
Superb color! have never seen this fruit before, half of it looks good too :)ReplyDelete
They look delicious and a great idea for the theme.ReplyDelete
What is the difference between white flesh dragon fruit and this one? All that I ever eaten are the white flesh ones.ReplyDelete
Oh how vibrant is that red.
Mmmmmm....that looks interesting. Don't think I have ever had one of those fruits.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful fruit - I'd love to try it. It reminds me a bit of a red artichoke in the first pic. Great take on the theme!ReplyDelete
I LOVE your Venice photos too! What a gorgeous city.
These red colored ones are sweeter than the white ones. I love them too! :)ReplyDelete
i got reminded of eating kiwis after reading about the crunchy seeds... love those tasty fruitsReplyDelete
enjoy your weekend ramblings!ReplyDelete
btw did you get my email?
i miss dragon fruit! i eat it the same way. :)ReplyDelete
Looks yummy when it already cut into half...happy hunting...ReplyDelete
This is one of my most favourite fruits. :)ReplyDelete
I love to eat the red flesh dragon fruit because they are tastier right? :pReplyDelete
And guess what? I treat it as ice cream. I love to eat it chilled. :DReplyDelete
From what I've been told, dragonfruit with that kind of color inside are the best! :)ReplyDelete
very attractive inside and out. but it tastes bland to me.:pReplyDelete
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Good evening LR!ReplyDelete
That looks very juicy and refreshing! I like dragonfruit too but still prefer my yummy pear! :)ReplyDelete
Have a great weekend and happy fruit eating! ;)ReplyDelete
Delicious! It's a long time since I have eaten one. I must change that!ReplyDelete
I'm not a big fan of dragon fruit, just don't like to bite into the seeds.ReplyDelete
dragon fruits are very attractive but i am not a fan, too. but with these pictures, who would not want to try?ReplyDelete
It's an interesting looking fruit and I don't think I have ever eaten it before. It sure looks delicious inside.ReplyDelete
Two halves... I've never even tasted of that fruit. Great for the theme!ReplyDelete
How interesting ! I think I have never seen such a fruit ! From outside it looks like red artichoke but of course the inside is completely different.ReplyDelete
I love dragonfruit. I wish I could get it here in the US. I love the flavor and the crunchy little seeds. I also like the pink ones best.ReplyDelete
I'm a bit late, but here is my entry -
We eat them the same way.
But they are stille pretty rare here in Norway...
i enjoyed your take on the photohunt challenge today with the dragonfruit, i've never seen them red inside, usually white? ...half of something will always be interesting dont you think?
my half is on the plant fantatic post.
The red is so deep, great shot!ReplyDelete
I've never had (or even seen) a dragon fruit before. It's so pretty! I would love to try one. It looks quite tasty.ReplyDelete
I can't seem to get myself to eat that ... LOL ...ReplyDelete
Never heard of it but it looks good and I love the color! Great entry!ReplyDelete
I've never seen those, but they look delicious. Excellent take on this weeks theme.ReplyDelete
These pink flesh ones are sweet!ReplyDelete
Its a delicious fruit.ReplyDelete
I have never heard of dragon fruit! Looks like a pink artichoke on the outside. Must try this one day!ReplyDelete
Great shot! Perfect for the theme. Lot's of yummy halves of food items this week, I think. My post is also food.
This is the fruit that I haven't eaten yet. So red! It looks like it will make your lips and tongue red, too.ReplyDelete
morning LR! ;)ReplyDelete
dragon fruit is one of my fave fruits :)ReplyDelete
I love dragon fruits too! Yummy!ReplyDelete
But have to be careful the red colour of this dragonfruit can stain shirts.ReplyDelete
Wow this looks so yummy!I am yet to try dragon fruit.From this post,it surely is a must try.Very pretty pictures too.Look forward to hearing from you soon again.ReplyDelete