Tropical fruit

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Archipelago Press, 1999 - Cooking - 95 pages
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The tropical climate nurtures an abundance of delicious fruit, which can be grown, with care, in gardens elsewhere. Tropical Fruit highlights the best tropical fruit: how to recognize them, enjoy them, and get the best out of them. Information on their English, botanical and fascinating local names is provided, as well as tips on nutritional and medicinal properties. Botanical paintings show the fruit in all their glory and recipes from the five-star kitchens of the region's leading hotels and resorts will stimulate your culinary imagination.

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Contents

Tropical FruitCelebrating Natures Bounty
Aeglc marmelos bael fruit
Annona muricata soursop 18
Antidesma bunius bignay 24
Artocarpus integer chempedak 30
Averrhoa caiambola star fruitcarambola 34
Citrullus lanatus watermelon 44
Cucurbita pepo pumpkin 52
Diospyros kaki persimmon 58
Lansium domesticum duku and langsat 64
Manilkaia zapota sapodilla 70
Passifloia edulis passion fruit 76
Psidium guajava guava 82
Syzygium malaccensis Malay apple 88
Practical Tips and Conversions 92
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About the author (1999)

tate is an author and former editor who has lived in malaysia for almost thiry years.

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