A typical Christmas fruit

Hi from Alessandria!

Recipes aren’t ready yet but look at this photo, please

Do you know this fruit? Do you eat it?

It is called POMEGRANATE , in Italian “melograno”.

It is a winter fruit generally eaten but also used in many Italian recipes during Christmas time because it is a symbol of abundance and brings good luck.

Its taste depends on the variety and state of ripeness. It can be very sweet or very sour or tangy.

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