Friday, October 27, 2006


Baby Kiwis


Baby Kiwi's


So cute!

Fuzzless, grape sized, edible joy. (You eat the skin and all)

Available now at Trader Joes and other fine retailers.

Happy, happy, food.



Kiwifruit are called Yangtao in China, their country of origin. They were renamed Chinese gooseberry when they were introduced to New Zealand in 1906, and finally named kiwi fruit when imported into the U.S. market in the early 1960s.

Trader Joe's started out as a small chain of convenience stores called Pronto Markets in 1958. In ’67, the founder, the original Trader Joe, changed the name.

I want some! No Trader Joe's so I'll probably never find them here.
I would be very very sad without Trader Joe's. Will keep an eye out for baby kiwis.
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