We’ve fallen hard for fruit before: eggplants with noses like Proboscis monkeys’; tiny yellow Sungold tomatoes with tinier green mohawks; radishes with tails so long and skinny you have to squint to see them.
But we hadn’t seen cucamelons! (Or maybe we had? They also go by “Mexican sour gherkins” or “mouse melons” and, at the Union Square Greenmarket, live up near the cashier at some stands.) ~ Sarah Jampel of Food52
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