But before we get there, here’s a snapshot of this week’s food: clementines.
With clementines, we’ve now covered nearly all things orange, and my informal survey says that most are winners. Except for the ugli fruit which was visually unappealing, but tasted great.
So here we go…
ME: The mystery food that I have tonight is….
LAUREN: Couple seed? Couple pit?
ME: Couple seed?
EMMA: It tastes like orange. It tastes like juice.
ME: It’s an orange but it’s a special kind of orange.
ME: No. Have you ever heard of the name tangerine? You have (Lauren)? And you have (Sam)? And you have (Emma)? (All three nod) Where have you guys heard about it?
ME: Cool, what do you think it’s going to look like on the inside?
LAUREN: Reddish pink?
ME: Nope, smell it.
EMMA: It looks like orange!
SAM: It smells like a butterfly.
LAUREN: It’s the freshest smell in the world.
EMMA: Mmmm….it smells like garbage.
ME: No, we’re not saying that anymore. I don’t think the fruits like it when we say that. I’m going to take the seeds out and then you can try it. Whoa, this is the juiciest thing I’ve ever seen.
LAUREN: Can I try it first?
ME: OK, one for Lauren. This one’s for Sam. Let me get you some napkins because it’s really juicy. What do you think Lauren?
ME: Just good or amazing.
LAUREN: Yeah, amazing!
ME: What do you think Sam? A lot of seeds, watch out.
LAUREN: My napkin’s full. I like it. But I think you should put it in the fridge. I didn’t like it hot.
ME: What do you mean ‘hot’ – you want a colder fruit?
LAUREN: Yeah. Can I have some more?
EMMA: Can I get that off? (the pith)
ME: You just suck around it. Alright guys should I get tangerine again?
SAM: What does ‘sure’ mean?
ME: It means ‘yes indeed’.