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Vanilla pannacotta with raspberry jelly and passionfruit

Check these Passionfruit images:

Vanilla pannacotta with raspberry jelly and passionfruit
Passionfruit
Image by gastronautadv
www.gastronautadventures.com/blog/view/feta_and_olive_sal…

Lemon and Passionfruit Roulade
Passionfruit
Image by su-lin
Christmas Day dinner at my flat, with me, my brother, and two friends.

Blog post at Tamarind and Thyme.

Starbucks.
Passionfruit
Image by Carnie Lewis
This is my brother, Warne, who hates having photos of himself taken. It was late at night, both of us were tired and sore (volleyball tryouts for me and soccer tryouts for him) and I begged him to be in my photo, so this is him.

235/365. 130 days to go….

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passionfruit pannacotta

Some amazing and cool Passionfruit images from Flick:

passionfruit pannacotta
Passionfruit
Image by chotda
actually, passionfruit jelly and soy milk pannacotta with fresh mango and pineapple. made with agar, so it’s vegan!

passionfruit jelly layer
1 tsp agar agar powder
1/2 c passionfruit pulp or syrup
1/2 c water

1. bring the passionfruit pulp thinned with about 1/4 c water to a boil. sprinkle agar on 1/4 c of cold water and leave until softened. add to the passionfruit pulp, and return to a boil, stirring constantly.

2. pour into molds or glass bowls and leave until cool, then refrigerate until just set.

soy milk pannacotta layer
1 tsp agar agar powder
1 1/4 c soy milk
sugar (optional)

1. bring 1 c of the soymilk to a boil. sprinkle agar on remaining 1/4 c of cold soymilk and leave until softened. add sugar to taste, and return to a boil, stirring constantly.

2. leave until cool, then pour onto the just set passionfruit layer. refrigerate until set. unmold to serve.

Passionfruit flower with ants
Passionfruit
Image by Martin LaBar
A passionfruit flower, with an ant or two attached, in a yard in Putnam County, Tennessee, USA. These flowers are about 3 inches/1 dm across. There are wild passionfruit plants growing in upstate South Carolina, and, I suppose, in Tennessee and elsewhere. In South Carolina, they are also known as "maypops" because of the fruit, which is about the size of a golf ball, and makes a satisfying "pop" sound when you step on it. I understand that the fruit is edible, but I’ve never tried it.

The flower of this plant are elaborate, for sure. They also have interesting tendrils. See here for a photo of such a tendril, from a plant in California.

Since this flower is so elaborate, I couldn’t get all of it in really sharp focus, but the larger sizes do show some nice details. Isn’t God a great artist?

passionfruit flower
Passionfruit
Image by Martin LaBar
A Passiflora flower, growing on a plant in a back yard in San Diego County, California. These flowers are approximately 2 1/2 inches/1 dm across, and, of course, they are three-dimensional, so it’s hard to get them totally in focus. Nonetheless, the camera seems to have captured this one pretty well, as you can see from the details at the larger sizes.

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