Theme Tuesday : Yellow

Once again, I had caused Tuesday to fly by. But never mind, Thursday starts with a T too.

Thai Mango

This time I am going feature yellow and orangey fruits and vegetables. The above is the varieties of mangoes from Thailand. My dear hubby loves to style them like those served by the five-star hotel. All you need is to scoop out the flesh with a spoon. Nice, eh?


Mangoes and pineapples are two of the most popular tropical fruits and often featured as icons of tropical stuffs. The above is the most delicious, sweetest and juiciest pineapple. If I am not mistaken the pineapple is from Thailand too. Sometimes, I wonder why Thailand’s agriculture seem to be much more advance than us and their fruits seem to be tastier?


Yellow corn. Love to steam them or eaten raw.

Buah kurma/Saudi Arabia Barhi dates

Fresh yellow dates from Saudi Arabia, found only during the month of Ramadhan. I wish they import fresh dates all year long because they are so tasty.

nangka jackfruit

Yellow jackfruit or nangka. Stinky and nice.

That’s some of the yellow coloured photos I found on my Flickr set for Fruits and Vegetables.

Post Author: Lilian

Food, travel, recipes. Chinese Malaysian, blogger, photographer and writer.

8 thoughts on “Theme Tuesday : Yellow


    (June 21, 2007 - 1:58 am)

    The pineapples and mangoes are my favourite.

    Could it be Thailand has more efficient organization than MARDI and FAMA? 🙂 They definitely have better bio tech in argriculture.

    Cindy Chin

    (June 21, 2007 - 8:23 am)

    Can corn eat raw?? I didn’t know that… I thought we ought to steam it. But I know can cook for soup.


    (June 21, 2007 - 9:54 am)

    When you wrote about eating raw corn, it reminded me of the parrots I had when I was a kid. It’s amazing how they manage to peel the membrane from the corn with just their beaks before eating them. So cute!


    (June 21, 2007 - 10:53 am)

    Where is the King of Fruits? The durian??? I have to imagine the lushious fleshy golden yellow durian pictures instead 😛


    (June 21, 2007 - 11:58 am)

    Ack, where’s the durian?!! *LOL* Oh, I love mangoes and yours look sooooo sweet and juicey! Pineapples go with assam powder 😀

    Agnes Tan

    (June 21, 2007 - 10:13 pm)

    Thailand agriculture industry receives both government and Thai Royal family support years even before Malaysia merdeka. Thailand’s Kasesart University is one of the best agriculture university in Asia, that explains the affordable and lucious fruits – advance bio technology.
    BTW the mango makes me lau nua le…..


    (June 22, 2007 - 8:13 am)

    very marvelous pixs of natural juicy fruits . Its true fruits from up North taste much better with more biting fragrance to the point of being sexy undeed. and V have not yet mention da gals

    Erina Law

    (June 22, 2007 - 11:45 am)

    Lilian, you should give a try to buy the manggo from Kassim Mustafa – the one near to Bomba one leh. They sell this India mali punya manggo. Nice leh. Sweet and it cost RM12/kg. Worth buying

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