Sunkist Sectionizer: Insert kiwifruit into sectionizer with blossom end down and stem end up. For best results, use cutter that cuts fruit into quarters. This type of cut allows you to make 1/4 to 1/2 cup servings, depending on fruit size. The sectionizer also makes kiwifruit easy to eat like an orange. Most kids eat kiwifruit skin and all. The kiwifruit skin doubles the dietary fiber content to 7.5 grams.

To use figs, wash them and take out the hard portion of the stem at the end. Calimyrna figs have thick skins and are usually peeled before eaten. Mission figs have very thin skins and do not need to be peeled. They are fabulous raw, maybe wrapped with a thin slice of prosciutto, but fresh figs may also be baked by piercing the skin a few times, sprinkling them with fruit juice to keep them moist, and putting them in a 300 degree oven for about 20 minutes.
Start with breakfast, where you can serve Hawaiian papayas plain with lime, as an appetizer, a complete, light breakfast on a warm summer morning, or a pick-me-up for family members on the run. At lunch, Hawaiian papayas are perfect bases for salads, or lovely garnishes for sandwiches. For dinner, you can try papaya salsa to brighten your favorite grilled or barbecued fish dish, or a wonderfully exotic Poulet Hawaiian with papayas and avocados. And for dessert, papayas are just right baked in the oven, served plain or with ice cream or as an ingredient for more adventurous dining experiences.
Asian Pears
Asian pears are known for keeping well. Store pears a week at room
temperature or up to three months in the refrigerator.

* Enjoy eating fresh out of hand.
* Use in salads, slaws, soups, and sandwiches.
* Use Asian pears as you would with other pears and apples in cobblers and fruit crisps.
* To prevent discoloration when cut, dip in a mixture of water and lemon juice.
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