by Shelby Cox, from the Castle Bookshop Mysteries
written by Essie Lang
I've decided to not make any resolutions this New Year, the reason being that although I do enjoy making lists, and resolutions would qualify, I seldom stick to those resolutions. Especially the ones referring to eating less chocolate, cutting back to only one latte a day, or pursuing a running routine. Been there, tried all that, and not a one stuck.
So, this year, just to keep things interesting, I'm going for a challenge a month. I'm really excited about this! I've challenged myself to try a new fruit each and every month. The more exotic, colorful, hard-to-get, the better. I'll try them in recipes, on their own, as decorations, anything I can think of.
Fruits like dragonfruit, starfruit, rambuten...you get the picture. I think I'll start with the dragonfruit and will report back on it next month. This should be a lot of fun, and hello, it's healthy, too!
I'm hoping you'll help with some suggestions.Have you tried a new, unusual fruit lately? Or is there an exotic fruit that's a staple for you now? Is there one you've been thinking of trying?
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