Island food paradise (part 3)

A few more photos of local foods in Bermuda, taken with an old point-and-shoot digital camera in the winter of 2012/2013.

Small fields in Paget parish, with a patch of (extra sweet) Bermuda banana trees and an endemic cedar tree behind.

Close up of nearby fields in Paget (I believe this is broccoli growing)
Loquats, a member of the plum family, are fuzzy like a peach, a bit tart, and have a large pit inside. They are often turned into a popular local jam, but are also used in a wide variety of other culinary delights throughout the winter season.


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