Monday, December 16, 2013

Mine!




Early this morning I bought one mango each - clearly they were not all created equal!



24 comments:

Beth said...

I have never tasted a mango. They look really good and I think I would like to try one.

Sylvia K said...

I love them!! Sorry I can't reach through the computer screen and help myself!! Hope you and your lovely family had a great weekend and that your week is off to a wonderful start!! Enjoy!!

Patchwork and Play said...

I believe there are two distinct opinions on mangoes- love 'em or hate 'em! I'm the latter- I think its the smell I don't like! (My husband loves them!) I hope I haven't put you off enjoying yours though!

amanda | wildly simple said...

That's a lovely bounty of fruit!
The claim staking makes me smile.

I had to triple bag my bananas the other day to get them home in the extreme cold without them freezing.
We have yet to get above zero (F) for so many days now! It makes grocery shopping interesting, in more ways than one! :)

tinajo said...

Yum, yum - loooove fresh fruit! :-)

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Joy said...

Like us? :)

Joop Zand said...

Good shot with nice colors.

Greetings, Joop

s.c said...

Looks good. Isn't it possible to put a mango tree in your garden with your climate. Or are they coming from nearby.

Rosemary said...

Not sure whether they are master or miss but N & T have certainly marked and staked their claim.

Karen @ Pieces of Contentment said...

You are right Rosemary. Miss N and Master T were quick off the mark.

SC there are many mango trees in our town, growing in back yards, but these are a nicer, newer variety which are grown by farmers in the next state.

geanina said...

nice colors...:)

flowersandhome said...

:))

Lisa Gordon said...

:-)
This sure is pretty, Karen.

Janneke said...

Beautiful picture of a dish full of delicious mangos!

Kinga said...

I have no idea how mango taste but looks so delicious...

Sarah Lizzie said...

What a lovely 'still life' of a delish fruit!! I love Summer, there is always a feast to be enjoyed of the most delicious fruit!!

Julie said...

Oh I am drooling just looking at those = here in NZ we are paying $5.99 for one Australian mango - needless to say I haven't bought any.

Giga said...

Mango nawet na zdjęciach pysznie wygląda, bo takie jest. Pozdrawiam.
Mango even in the pictures looks delectable, because it is. Yours.

Elise Lea said...

What a lovely batch of mangoes! I personally think they are delicious, my husband's family has a few kinds of mangoes growing on their property and we always enjoy that time! I hope your family loves their special treat!

Dirk Rosin said...

nice photo !

Yolanda said...

Such a beautiful blog you have here. I am so glad to have found it and will be back often.

Sarah Jane said...

Haha, I love mangoes and am all for "claiming" your own! ;-)

aspiritofsimplicity said...

Mangos are one of the few fruits that I absolutely cannot stand. I want to like them so every once in a while I have a little taste...but I hate them so much that I have to spit it out. They look so pretty though.

Liz said...

I absolutely love Mangoes. I haven't had one since last summer!

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