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WTF Is It?!? Fruit Salad

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I've literally eaten nothing but pizza this week, so for lunch today I gotta have some green. I plan to make a fruit salad from the cornucopia pictured above, courtesy of one of my local roadside markets. You'll of course recognize the watermelon, apples, and mangos, but wanna take a shot at the other deliriously colorful comestibles?

Winner (and you have to name them all) wins a dinner date with moi (if you think you can stand it), for more pizza, naturally.

-- Gail Shepherd

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