After peeling the thick rind I had to dig through white membrane for eons before getting to the goods. Once I located it, I found the flesh pink, juicy, and sweeter than a grapefruit. I liked it, but probably won't buy another unless they are on sale.
Alaska has experienced crazy wind this weekend. Ela was taking pictures of the wind's effect on sand in Homer the other day, so I took some windy snow pics during my ski this afternoon. It was not a day for fast skiing, as snowdrifts kept getting in the way. The wind actually blew me backwards when I stopped to take these pictures.
I was so grateful to have a toasty warm fire to come home to. I had also placed Kelp Noodles & Veggies in Peanut Sauce (from Delightfully Raw) in the D before leaving. It was the perfect, hearty, post ski meal.
Even more perfect when I added a few coco chocolate bites (same ingredients as yesterday), just to make sure they tasted good before I sent some over to the neighbors.
While we are on the topic of treats, I put part of a Thai young coconut and pineapple to good use in the form of a pina colada from Raw Food Real World. TH and I toasted the return of warmth in the sun.
(I swear, I eat things other than treats, but my salads and veggie bowls are often a big, jumbled mess.)
Question: How often do you eat treats? What's your favorite treat?