In today's puzzle we feature some large and juicy watermelons. Watermelons may exceed 60 cm in diameter. Their rind is mid to dark green and usually mottled or striped, and the flesh, containing numerous pips spread throughout the inside, can be red or pink, yellow, orange, green or white. Do you like watermelons? What is your favorite?Image Source /Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles
Celery root, also called celeriac, knob celery, and turnip-rooted celery is a variety of celery cultivated for its edible stem and shoots. Celeriac is edible raw or cooked, and tastes similar to the leaf stalks of common celery cultivars. It may used as an ingredient in soups, casseroles, roasted, stewed, or blanched.
In today's new puzzle we feature a small cup of espresso on a wooden table. If you didn't already know, Espresso is the most common way of making coffee in southern Europe. This a coffee-brewing method of Italian origin in which a small amount of nearly boiling water (about 90 °C or 190 °F) is forced under 9–10 bars of pressure through finely-ground coffee beans.
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.
Today's new puzzle is based on a vintage illustration from The Fruit Grower's Guide (1891) by John Wright. It depicts three peach cultivars popular at the time. Hundreds of peach and nectarine cultivars are known. Peach breeding has favored cultivars with more firmness, more red color, and shorter fuzz on the fruit surface. Peaches are eaten raw, dried, made into jams and preserves or turned into juice.
These type of edible chestnuts, also known as Spanish chestnuts or just chestnuts, have been used in cooking since ancient times. Chestnuts are traditionally roasted in their tough brown husks. Once cooked, chestnuts acquire a sweet flavor and a floury texture similar to the sweet potato. They are used in confections, desserts, puddings, cakes or just roasted and eaten. Do you like roasted chestnuts?
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!
If you didn't know, this delicious breakfast cereal is made from toasting flakes of corn. Corn flakes are usually served cold with milk and sometimes sugar. The cereal was originally made with wheat and it was created by Will Kellogg in 1894. So what are you waiting for? Grab a bowl of corn flakes and relax with today's puzzle. Have fun!
Start the day with a juicy pear and a fun and relaxing puzzle. If you didn't know, pears are consumed fresh, canned, as juice, or dried. There are about 3000 known varieties of pears and they are all harvested in late Summer - early Autumn every year. Pears are gathered before they are fully ripe, while they are still green, but snap off when lifted. They can be stored at room temperature until ripe.
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 freshly picked organic tomatoes. If you didn't know, tomatoes are consumed in diverse ways, raw or cooked, in many dishes, sauces, salads, and drinks. They are fruits (classified as berries), but they are commonly referred to and used as a vegetable ingredient. They are native to western South America. Today there are around 7500 tomato varieties grown (Beefsteak, Plum, Cherry, Grape, Campari, Tomberries tomatoes and many others) for various purposes having been selected with varying fruit types, and for optimum growth in differing growing conditions.
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