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America's restaurants and bars are celebrating summer with the season's star fruit — mouth-watering watermelon.
Restaurants and bakeries showcase the season's star fruit with classic iterations like popsicles and pie, plus creative variations such as babka and a milkshake beer.
New Yorkers welcomed speckled Asian pears; papaya with its lode of dripping black seeds; rough-skinned litchi disclosing creamy white flesh; knobby cherimoya with guts of custard; star fruit with its sharp angles and plasticized shine.
Preserves from Monkeypod Jam are made with local fruit, like a tart lilikoi curd and a star fruit ginger jelly, which pairs well with chevre from Kunana Goat Dairy and a fresh loaf from Midnight Bear Breads.
One of the visitors was Tom Bordovsky, who came by to drop off star fruit that had fallen from his tree.
Shiseido's Future Solution LX Total Regenerating Body Cream, a velvety pink froth, aims to slow the aging of skin with ingredients like star fruit (to promote collagen production) and Uji green tea (an antioxidant).
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