Friday, April 17, 2015


Nothing special with my Kedondong (Spondias sp) tree on my back yard.

But when I'm noticing this little tree, I find some fruits are hanging on this tree.
I grow two little Kedondong trees on my garden.
This is mini version, and seedless.

The sour but tasty flesh is so fresh for fruit salad.
It's well known as a component of Indonesian traditional fruit salad called 'rujak'.
This fruit is usually peeled, cut and then sweetened.
I think I will pick some, then peel it and boil it with sugar.
It become a very fresh pulpy drink.  

I can find some little fruits too.

I love it...
Readers, how about your fruity Friday...

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