Wednesday, April 02, 2008

The Answer Is...

AUSTRALIAN CUSTARD APPLE!My mom brought it over on Sunday. It was from her tree. Previously she had given us a tree but we have yet to see any fruits. Since we all didn't know what the fruit looked like or what it tasted like, she brought it over for us to try. As you can see from K's expression, it's "yum yum".
I have saved the seeds. Anybody want to try growing it? Let me know and I'll germinate it first. Then we can meet up somewhere.
The other half of this post is here:


  1. Lian, is this also called as "Ang mor Durian" ?

  2. Mummy to qiqi:
    No, "ang mor durian" is soursop. This is not soursop. It is a custard apple or what malays call "buah nona". But it is not the normal nona we eat. This one is bigger and the flesh is very smooth.

  3. Hi... I'm Linda, an undergraduate student in one of private college in Malaysia. Currently, in the progress of completing my final year project titled as "Technology integrated Montessori Preschool".

    Thus, I would like to invite every parent that have concern on their children education to join in the open discussion on some issues related to early childhood education.

    If you would like to point out some opinions, please refer to either one of these two links: or

    Would highly appreciate your contribution. =)

    P.S. Regards for your little ones who seem always have delicious meals to enjoy =)


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