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Kiwi and dragon fruit

Since I started blogging there's one thing I have been neglecting and it's one of my major pursuits - eating or dining if we are so formally inclined :D. I will start my very first food post with something healthy. You don't want to know what I explore if I go splurging on food. These slices of kiwi, dragon fruit, pineapple and capsicum were one of those weekend breakfasts when by some stroke of luck I walked into the fruit section of a supermarket.

This post is linked with Food Trip Friday


Comments

Cecile said…
we love fruits, too! and just like you...the first thing I grab at grocery store are fruits and veggies...miss dragon fruit though!
Hazel said…
I hope you get to eat dragon fruit soon :)
Cheerful said…
love those colors...very healthy breakfast! :) dragonfruit is one of my daughter's favorite, lucky that we have it here all-year round! anyway, have a great friday! :)

PinayMum - Mommy's Life Around...
Marana said…
i love fruits it is healthy.
Noobfoodie
Gizelle said…
I miss dragon fruit...it's not yet their season here so I will need to wait! Very colorful plate, love it!
Jenn said…
I am not really a fan of the dragon fruit, but the kiwi? I so love! :)


my Food Trip Friday post

By the way, am also inviting you to join my food meme, Weekend Eating. It's a food meme every Monday. Details can be read HERE. Hope you can join. Thanks!
Run DMT said…
Fruits are a must in our house too. I love kiwi, but I've never had dragon fruit. I would would to try it. It looks so interesting.

Thanks for linking up and playing along for our Friday Food Fight. It's so wonderful to have your support on the other side of the globe. :-)
Anonymous said…
It looks to pretty to eat! lol I love kiwi, but have never tried dragon fruit or capsicum? Looks fabulous! :o)
I never tasted Kiwi and Dragon Fruit before.Whenever it was served,I always skipped, hoefully in the future, I might give it a try. :)
gengen said…
We always eat fruits..Happy FTF!
anne said…
So so yummy, and it is so fresh!

Mine is here thanks!

Little World of Fun
darly said…
great sources of vitamin c and all are refreshing fruits

Happy foodtripping, hope you check out my entry too
I Love Darly!
Cielo said…
Visiting here from FTF #36...

After blog hopping from other FTF participants...pork, beef, sweets ...at last a fruit entry...
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Brown Pinay
My Point of View
GCircles
PartyPreppies
I love fruits but couldn't always afford it. Eh ang takaw ko pa naman sa fruits. :P

FTF #21.
i♥pinkc00kies said…
I love fruits too!! :D
Pehpot said…
that's a really healthy breakfast!

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