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Friday, September 26, 2014

FRUITY FRIDAY : PISANG RAJA BANDUNG

Last week, my friend brought us two bunches of bananas.
We call it 'pisang raja Bandung'.
Although just local variety with common appearance, but the taste was so delicious. Sweet and tender.
The bananas were harvested from her home garden.
Yes, tree ripen fruits.
The ripen fruit is great to be be eaten fresh.
The ripen fruit with the yellowish green  skin and quite tough pulp is great to be fried or steamed.
Reader, what is your special fruit this week?








14 comments:

  1. They look so good!, lucky you to have tree ripened ones!

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  2. Oh fab, home-grown bananas, I'm stuck with more raspberries!

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    1. Oh, sounds so interesting! Your raspberries sounds so yummy.

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  3. Dear Endah,
    our special fruits are grapes, we have loads of grapes this year. But bananas are very special...
    Have a nice weekend!
    Yours Sarah

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    1. Thank you, Sarah! Oh... grapes are so expensive here. How lucky you are. Have a nice weekend!

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  4. Dear Endah, wow, real ripe bananas from you friends garden? That sounds like quite something to me. I don't grow any fruits in my garden, but in Southern California where I live, Valencia oranges are grown. They are incredible sweet and very juicy, super delicious. I just had one! Wishing you a nice weekend!
    Christina

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    1. Dear Christina,
      Sound so interesting! Here, orange grow and produce well only on upland area. On the middle or low land the taste is not good enough. We often find Californian orange here, but they are so expensive!
      Thank you for coming and have a nice weekend!

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    1. I have ever grown six varieties of banana plant on my garden, but after the reconstruction period the clumps have unloaded cause they were infected by serious disease.

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  6. Ah, you've reminded me of my childhood garden in the tropics. I lived with my family in a bungalow on the southern side of Key West island in Florida, USA and we had several banana and coconut trees in our garden. Wonderful memories!

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    1. Oh... that's a sweet memories! Sound so interesting! Homegrown products always better.

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    1. Yes, the best meal is our homegrown food.

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