Frozen Cherimoyas Part Deux

For those of you who are more visually inclined, may I present:

The Frozen Custard Apple aka The Fresh-Frozen Cherimoya!

You will find them in the frozen section, three or four in a plastic mesh bag. I have no clue how to pick out a "good" bag. Just pick one that looks good to you.

Let it defrost fully. It will develop a frost fuzz, which makes it totally look like a little frozen brain.

Of course I could not wait for it to fully defrost. I broke it open as soon as I could.

It wasn't too bad. Not like the passionfruit incident. The taste is sort of frozen-flabby-sweet-beige and so I really need to try letting one defrost completely before eating it.
When and if that should happen, you will be the first to know.


tammy said…
God, I LOVE fresh cherimoyas (never tried frozen, though I can see how that might be good). In fact, I almost bought a cherimoya at Russo's today. In fact, I forgot that I meant to buy one at Russo's today until I read your post. Damnit.

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