Delicious Jamaican fruit . custard apple
Chesas (Lucuma) fruit from the Philippines
Candle tree (Parmentiera cereifera), a small tree of the family Bignoniaceae: Candle tree fruit are produced by a 20 foot tree grown in Panama which bears white or yellow funnel-shaped flowers directly on the trunk or larger branches. The leaves are winged petiole with 3 ovated leaflets. White, bell-shaped flowers to 8 cm long. These flowers develop into dangling yellow fruits up to three feet in length, and greatly resemble bunches of yellow wax candles.
pawpaw. use in recipes like bananas. Must have male and female plants.
Nutmeg: by Wanderer and Wonderer, via Flickr in Zanzibar
Urucum (Bixa orellana, Bixaceae) A shrub or small tree originating from the tropical region of the Americas. It is also known as Aploppas, and its original Tupi name uruku
Lipstick fruit tree
This is called a "Củ Ấu" .and it is kinda like chestnut, but sweeter... Source www.vietnamesefood.com.vn
Mamão Papaya!!! Muito gostoso!
Mousse de Maracuja (Passion Fruit Mousse). One of my favorite brazilian desserts!!
Biribiri fruta típica do Nordeste do Brasil de sabor citrico mais que limão. Usado na culinária, no preparo de pratos com peixes e conserva.
buriti fruta da amazonia br
Uvalha is a small tree native to Brazil. The fruit is of yellow-orange colour 1"-2" diameter, quite aromatic and has a sweet but tart flavour
Very popular in the Brazilian Amazon, the tucumã fruit has high nutritional value and can be used in ice cream, sweets and jams. Tucumã wine can be made from the pulp. AmazonDrops uses tucumã in its skin care products.
I recently discovered what a cashew tree looks like. How cool is that?
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Ackee (Blighia sapida) is native to tropical West Africa. The fruit is pear-shaped. Wheen it ripens, it turns from green to a bright red to yellow-orange and splits open to reveal three large, shiny black seeds, surrounded by soft, creamy or spongy, white to yellow flesh. Ackee is the national fruit of Jamaica.