Fresh Produce

This Marang and the rest of the fruit trees (banana, durian, rambutan, guava to name a few) we have around our yard are my late father’s legacy to us, his family. For the second time this year it bear fruits and since my brother is no longer around to pick the ripe ones for us, my younger sister then assumed the job using a custom built ladder, LOL.

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 I had no idea she went up the tree until my niece run through my door telling her mama needs me to take a picture of her. Curious as I was, I went outside and there she was… embracing the huge fruit as if something is trying to take it away from her, LOL! It was only after she realized I was there when she did a pose while still holding the fruit. We all find it really hilarious of her making funny poses while up on the tree.

But we had to cut her show because we’d rather want the fruit than her dropping it on the ground. :D

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carried through and safely... :)


This time it's my Mama's turn to sport the fruit. :)

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13 comments

  1. wow, that's one good fresh marang...i miss my hometown, where you can just grow fruits and pick them out from the tree...

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  2. oh my! That was a huge marang! I missed eating marang! I've been eating a lot of them last time i went to the Philippines. Now, i'm craving for it again! my all time favorite fruit!

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  3. Hala,kadako sa marang oi! Naglaway kong pinakalit.I wonder when our local market here sells Marang. I miss this fruit, one of favorites.

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  4. Wow that is really good that you have a tree of your own. I remember we have this tree too in our backyard in Pinas :-)

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  5. I miss Marang a whole lot, it's so delicious.

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  6. Huhuhu! I am so envious! We used to grow this fruit tree and a lot more back then. We lost everything though. Too bad. Good for you, Nance kay naa jud moy kabilin sa inyong Papa. Ka-lami nalang jud anang marang. Hakog kaayo akong bana ana. :D

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  7. we have so many fruit trees in our backyard too :)

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  8. I miss eating marang and never thought of eating while I was back in the Philippines :-( too many things to do to little time :-( when you are in vacation. I love marang coz it taste delish and healhty to eat :-)

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  9. oh wow! that's a huge marang! for a second there I thought it's Jackfruit. hehehehehhe..I miss my hometown in Lanao del Norte where we just also climb for marang or buy it along the street at a very cheap price.

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  10. Halaka pang Guinness Book of Records gani ni nga marang. Just bought marang from the market last week and the size is just 18 with what you have in your backyard.Waaaahhhh abi nako nangka na sis? Ug nadaug na sa imo sister? Grabe murag Amazona man diay imong sis, kaya man na.. How many kilos kaha na? how about ang sulod ana? big pud ang seeds? or same ra sa usual marang ? pwede itanum ang liso ana? Ngayo ko please para sa among bukid sa manolo.

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  11. dagko gyud pud ang liso, mommy Grace, liwat sa lawas, hehe...

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  12. i remember i ate that kind of fruit before but i forgot what's the taste. it's been a long time... what a huge harvest you have.

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  13. I have not seen marang here in Thailand, Nance.. so I am again, drooling at this post! My dad also planted so many trees around our house in Bukidnon-- a great legacy to leave us and his grandchildren!

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