Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Leyte Pineapples


Possibly the sweetest pineapples in this part of the globe. Not a fibrous inch is sour, the center core soft and entirely edible.

It is of the small, probably the smallest, variety found in the Bicol region, average size is that of a medium fist. A whole pineapple can easily be consumed by one person, or split into three wedges. Nowadays, though, the Bicol pineapples are not consistently sweet.

These pineapples, served in Tacloban City for after-lunch refreshments, came from the S&R Farms in Ormoc.



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5 comments:

♡u8mypinkc00kies♡ said...

i love the ones from bicol too. its so sweet :D

Anonymous said...

the small ones in Camarines Norte are calle butterball and didnt pass commercial size requirements.

Kai said...

Really? The better for us, then! How apt the name, butterballs.

Anonymous said...

the pineapple from Ormoc, Leyte is the best. worldwide comparison? it's number 1. you won't eat other pineapple again after you tasted it!

Kai said...

I won't argue with that! Philippine fruits are the best in the world!