Friday, May 3, 2013

Papaya smoothies

The last time we went to my sister’s place in Bataan, her papaya trees were bearing lots of fruits, long and huge!  I rarely see fruit bearing trees here in the metro that’s why I always get excited when I see one.  All the fruits were green yet, but I saw a gigantic one with tint of ripeness and didn’t let it pass.(Unfortunately, I forgot to take pictures of it.)  It took two more days until we were able to eat it. Half was sliced and eaten right away, the other half,  I made into smoothies. And it's oh soooo sweet!



I hope I could still find some more left on the trees when I go back there in a few days.  I couldn’t wait to make another sets of fresh and sweet papaya smoothies especially on hot summer days such as these.

Have a refreshing day, everyone!


4 Comentários:

PinayWAHM said...

Ay naman...peborit ko ang papaya. We used to have one in our backyard nung bata pa si Sabel...ang tamis ng bunga. Ngayon wala na kaming tanim sa likod ng bahay. Yung papaya naman dito galing Mexico...iba ang lasa sa akin. Ewan ko ba. Lasang papaya pa din but like the mangoes we get here...iba pa din yung nakasanayan ko dyan.

Si M gusto bumili ng puno ng mangga at papaya kasi alam nyang peborit ko...kaso di makakatagal dito yun dahil sa weder.

Heniwey....nawa'y masaya at hindi maulan ang weekend nyo dyan Ate Beng...

Huling

Beng Gee said...

Huling, never mind kung di masarap ang papaya at mangga dyan. Tanim ka na lng ng apple, grapes and oranges. Tapos penge! Aha haha! Ako dito, wala mataniman kaya nangunguha na lang ako sa puno ng may puno. Lol!

Warm wheather pa rin dito despite some rain. Summer na summer pa rin!

Enjoy your weekend Huling!

Beth said...

I like papaya Ate Beng. Esp pag smoothies na. Sarap! Meron din dito papaya pero bakit kaya ganun? mas masarap talaga fruits natin? siguro dahil mas fertile ang soil natin.

Ngayon ko nga lang narerealize kung gano ka-blessed ang Phils. sa natural resources kasi magtapon ka lang ng buto ng sampalok, di ba tumutubo agad?

I miss Philippines! :)

Beng Gee said...

Hi Beth! Di kaya imported from other countries din yung papaya nyo dyan? I agree with you. We're really blessed with bountiful natural resources! Ito ngang mga papaya trees ng sis ko, itinapon lang nya yung mga buto sa likod bahay (take note, tapon ha, hindi tanim!)Ayun at ang dami mamunga!

Ayan, na-miss mo tuloy ang Pinas! Hope you can come home for a vacation soon!

Have a great week ahead! Ingat!

Beyond My Quiet Zone © 2009. Template by Dicas Blogger. Header design by www.VirtualExecutiveAssistant.com.