We celebrated Tita M and Tito O's 28th wedding anniversary last night with a wonderful Chinese meal at The Perfect Kitchen in Mississauga. One of their friends brought this mystery fruit from their backyard and we had some (along with many other fruits, ice cream and cake) for dessert.
The fruit resembled raspberries and blackberries but did not have the same tartness. Actually, it tasted very similar to aratilis. Anyone ever seen this fruit or know what it's called?
Tita M decided to baptize them Ulud fruit, ulud being the Bicolano term for worm. They just looked like caterpillars with the hair sticking out from the pale green/purple skin. Not a very flattering name, I think, but so what...I still ate a whole bunch :-)