http://bda-online.com.au/bda-the-telstra-your-business-expo-2014 Creating great fruit salads in winter is a particular challenge. I usually aim to center them around citrus fruits, which are a lone shining spot in an otherwise bleak produce aisle.
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http://pianoforte.com.au/?porawa=karl-dittmann-forex-super-scalper&274=30 For another special touch, I added chopped mint and a drizzle of honey – my favorite trick to dress up any fruit salad.
Grapefruit, Berries, Honey and Mint Salad
- several large grapefruit
- pomegranate arils (the seed-ish part)
- fresh mint leaves, coarsely chopped
http://gsc-research.de/gsc/nachrichten/detailansicht/index.html?tx_mfcgsc_unternehmen[uid]=377 Peel the grapefruit with a small sharp knife, cutting just deeply enough to also remove the thin, bitter membrane. Cut from the top down, creating rings. Push out any large seeds. Top with sliced berries, pomegranate arils, and mint leaves, toss very gently to avoid stains from berries. Drizzle with honey.