Monday, November 14, 2011

Pomegranates, Sweet Pomegranates

Is there any better treat than opening a pomegranate?



Little Bursts of Tartness, Sweetness & Crunch.


Pure Deliciousness...

20 comments :

  1. Talk about inspiring - that color is so pretty and perfect for the holidays too.

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  2. I can appreciate their appearance color. They look so great in centerpieces during the holidays. But I can't handle the taste. Too tart for me.

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  3. Now you have me craving one! love them too...and they are especially pretty on a fall or Christmas brunch table...great pictures!

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  4. oops! I meant appearance & color.

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  5. I ate almost a full fruit's worth of seeds in one sitting this weekend. Really, the best fruit ever.

    Marissa
    www.roost-home.blogspot.com

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  6. I am embarrassed to say that I have never had one. . . maybe I shouldn't admit that. I will add it to this week's shopping list.

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  7. Oh, I think you'll enjoy them Courtney! Great nutrition as well as taste, food for the brain they say. Can't beat that.
    Janell

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  8. Janell,
    I love these photos! The light you've captured is simply beautiful.
    Carole

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  9. Now I'm gonna have to go buy one! I've been fighting the urge to do so. Plus I know the boys are going to have it everywhere! Great photos!

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  10. Oh, I love pomegranates! I've been eating them since I was a kid. I enjoy adding pomegranate seeds to my salads as well. It makes the salad a little festive looking for the holidays as well as delicious. It's a pretty fruit. Beautiful photos, Janell.

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  11. They are delicious. And they are so beautiful - like little jewels.

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  12. Yes, Lakeitha! They certainly can make a mess! Good thing I don't have marble countertops...:)
    Janell

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  13. We have one of these how do you keep the birds from eating them before they are ripe?

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  14. Annie, You have A POMEGRANATE TREE? To a person from the north that just seems exotic...I'd goggle to try to find an answer about keeping birds away.

    Janell

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  15. My son just ate two of those this weekend and he said that they were delicious!

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  16. I've always been a huge fan of pomegranates, I pop all the seeds out (no easy feat) and then eat them from a bowl with a spoon!!

    heyhomeslice.blogspot.com

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  17. Oh yum. The color. The taste. The process of cutting out the seeds. LOVE THEM!

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  18. Just delicious! I love pomegranates! and they are so beautiful as design props- in a bowl or on a wreath, who can resist a lovely red?! http://chicpeapod.blogspot.com/

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