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Magnificent Maui Mangoes

I've posted before about our magnificent mango tree and called it the Giving Tree. Yup, it's still giving and giving. We have so many mangoes, and we pass them on to others. Of course, we keep some for ourselves. The best way to eat them after they've ripened to a beautiful yellow gold is cold. I slurp them down all the way to the inner seed, not missing a drop of juicy goodness.

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Blogger photowannabe said...

Ummm, Yumm. I wish we had some right now. Its hot and they would taste so good.
I like your name for the tree.

July 10, 2007  
Blogger GMG said...

Sorry, I took another weekend on the beach in Algarve and was too lazy to carry a laptop, so no posting or commenting for a while... Anyhow, I'm back to see your beautiful pictures. Mangoes from your tree are welcome to improve our lifestyle... ;)) But the best was to see Makena Beach once again; not far from the Four Seasons Maui, a great place to enjoy...

July 10, 2007  
Blogger Jilly said...

I'm drooling! Just adore mangoes. When I lived in Cairns, in Queensland there used to be mango trees in the garden. I miss them - especially since I saw your photograph!

Best place to eat a mango is in the bath! Then it doesn't matter how much you slurp and spill!

July 11, 2007  
Blogger Sephyroth said...

Those look really good! :)

About the only thing you find growing on trees around my parts are apples and cherries. I've heard rumors that you can grow other fruits here, but haven't seen anything.

I've also heard that a good way to have mangoes is by including them in some Thai-style dishes ;)


July 11, 2007  
Blogger Mani said...

I was checking what time of the year Maui has mangoes and came across your blog. I absolutely love mangoes and was wondering if Maui would have any mangoes to offer when I am planning to be there (last week of march). It will be nice if you could tell me.
Mango Lover

March 10, 2008  
Blogger Kuanyin said...

Mani: the mangoes are ripening on our trees now, so by the end of March, there should be plenty of mangoes on Maui!

March 10, 2008  

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