In the spirit of Tony Bourdain, food as adventure. Try everything twice in case it was made wrong the first time. Eat without fear or prejudice.
Monday, October 30, 2006
We tried an interesting fruit yesterday. The Chinese name is huo long guo, which mean fire dragon fruit. I think the English name is just dragon fruit. Apparently they're a hot item in China nowadays. Anyway, my mom got one in Chinatown Philadelphia -- they were $5 a pound -- which means this 2-pounder was $10!! It was quite tasty though, kinda like kiwi fruit, and very pretty.