Courage does not always roar.....sometimes it is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying....."I will try again tomorrow".
Jaboticaba is an ordinary fruit here in Brazil. It is yummy yummy!Happy T day!
Looks yummy, post down a jar will you so I can have it on my crumpets. Never tried that fruit before.Hugs Eliza
Didn't hear about this fruit before...looks awesome... would like to taste it!Happy T-Day Bridget!
Not familiar with that, but it makes abeautiful dark looking jam. What a nice neighbour!
Never heard of it either, but it looks delicious!!
Love the rich colour - new to me - lucky you! Happy T day, Chris:-)
I've never heard of this fruit before. Fun!
So nice of your neighbor to share...looks yummy!Happy T Day Bridgetoxo
not familiar with this fruit but that deep rich color reminds me of cassis which is delicious! Happy T day
Living in California, I've never heard of this fruit either, but it makes a very lovely looking jam.Happy T-day
I've never heard of this either. Would love to see it growing on the tree..... Can you give us an idea of what the taste might ressemble?? I'm so glad you shared this, this Tday!! Hugs! deb
Never ever heard of that fruit. The dark color makes me think that it has all that really good healthy stuff in it. :)HAppy T day!
I've never heard of a tree grape. Now I will have to google that. ;) Happy T-Day! :)
I'm another one who has never heard of this fruit. Fun to see something new, part of what I like about blogging.Happy T DayDarla
Like Rita, I've never heard of tree grapes. But I love the color, and I suspect if you used a few to dye fabric (or paper), the color would show its beauty.Thanks for sharing this new to me fruit for T this Tuesday. Sorry I won't be at WOYWW this week, since my ISP problems still exist.
Happy T-Day! So sorry I'm late.That is a new fruit to me, but obviously not to others. I hope it tastes as good as it looks. I wonder what size they are? Will you get a lot of jam from the amount your have there? :o))
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