Today's puzzle is base on a painting by Joseph Decker. It depicts a basket filled with green plums. The plums are depicted as vibrant and ripe, their green color contrasting against the background. Some of the plums are shown spilling out of the basket, adding a sense of movement and a touch of spontaneity to the composition. Take a few minutes, put the pieces back together and complete this fun and challenging puzzle. Have fun!Image Source /Credit: Joseph Decker, 1885, Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington
Pear harvesting season is here! Start today's puzzle and put the freshly picked pears back together piece by piece. If you didn't know, there are about 3000 known varieties of pears are grown worldwide. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes and tastes and can be consumed fresh, canned, as juice, dried, or fermented as perry. Pears are harvested in late summer into mid-autumn.
In today's puzzle we feature a ripe tomato in the warm autumn sun. If you didn't know, the tomato is the edible berry and it comes in a variety of sizes and shapes. Most tomatoes are red, but there are also yellow varieties grown in certain parts of the world. Tomatoes are eaten raw or cooked, in many dishes, sauces, salads, and drinks.
Time for a tasty and healthy snack. In this new puzzle we feature some fresh organic apples. Organic grown fruits and vegetables are host to a significantly greater variety of "good" bacteria, do not contain any synthetic chemicals and taste better. If you didn't know, organic farming is an agricultural system that uses fertilizers of organic origin (such as compost manure) and places emphasis on techniques such as crop rotation and companion planting.
In today's puzzle we feature some fresh mangos. These tasty edible stone fruits come in a variety of sizes, shapes, skin colors, and flesh colors. They have a soft, pulpy, juicy texture similar to an overripe plum and are generally sweet. Their flesh may be yellow, gold, green, or orange, depending on the cultivar. Worldwide, there are several hundred cultivars of mango.
In today's puzzle we feature some delicious pears. About 3000 known varieties of pears are grown worldwide, which vary in both shape and taste. Pears are eaten fresh, canned, as juice, dried or turned into jellies and jams. So what are you waiting for? Put the pieces back together and complete this new jigsaw. Have fun!
In today's puzzle we feature some delicious eclairs on a plate. If you didn't know, an eclair is a pastry made with choux dough filled with a cream and topped with icing. It is usually filled with custard, whipped cream or chiboust cream; some other popular filling include fruit-flavored fillings. This tasty treat originated during the nineteenth century in France.
Coconut trees (Cocos nucifera) primarily grow in tropical and subtropical regions around the world. They thrive in areas with warm temperatures, high humidity, and abundant sunlight. if you didn't know, botanically, the coconut fruit is a drupe, not a true nut. Coconut meat (the white, fleshy part of the coconut has a mildly sweet and nutty flavor and is used in various culinary applications, both raw and processed. Young, green coconut contain a clear and slightly sweet liquid known as coconut water. Coconut water is naturally rich in electrolytes and nutrients and it's often used as a natural sports drink or cooking and beverages.
Start the day with a freshly picked green apple! The skin of ripe apples is generally red, yellow, green, or pink although many bi- or tri-colored varieties may be found. Apples are often eaten raw but they also can be canned or juiced. They are an important ingredient in many desserts, such as apple pie, apple crumble, apple crisp and apple cake. A typical apple serving weighs 242 grams and provides 126 calories with a moderate content of dietary fiber.
Kohlrabi (also called German turnip or turnip cabbage), scientifically known as "Brassica oleracea", is a vegetable that belongs to the Brassicaceae family, which includes cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower. It be consumed raw or cooked. The flesh of kohlrabi is crisp and crunchy, with a mildly sweet and slightly peppery flavor. Both the bulb and the leaves are edible, and they have a taste similar to a combination of cabbage and broccoli. It is a good source of vitamin C, vitamin B6, potassium, and dietary fiber. It is also low in calories, making it a healthy addition to various dishes. Do you like kohlrabi? Have you ever had it? Solve this fun puzzle and let us know. Have fun!
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