Who wouldn’t be fascinated with a food called Dragon Fruit?
I would love to try one of them, but the price is breathtakingly high, so I will content myself with watching YouTube offerings.
As for guavas . . . having grown up in South Florida, I can tell you that those things were a blight! Everyone had a tree, and they were prolific in production of their fruits. They seemed to be all over the sidewalks to trip me up when roller skating, and got really nasty as the sun beat down on them day after day. They make great jam, though! I didn’t appreciate it when I was a kid, but have a better appreciation for it now. It is one of the sweetest spreads that there is, so I don’t keep it around, as we seem not to eat it after the initial foray.
As for Pixie Tangerines . . . I have no idea what makes them so special. They look rather withered, but maybe that is not entirely indicative of what they are like inside.
Still curious about Dragon Fruit, I YouTubed up a bunch of videos, and the participants seemed quite entranced, munching down slices as they spoke. Guess the temptation was too great!
Here is a short article that tells about the fruit itself.
And here are a couple of videos about cutting and eating them.
This lady’s enthusiasm is truly infectious:
If you ever taste any of these exotic fruits, please let me know how it was! ;->