APPLES, strawberries and oranges are immense and all but how about trying something a little different? Here are five fruits worth seeking out.
Guanabana: Also known as sour sop or custard apple, this tropical-growing fruit looks like a small watermelon but has soft flesh that tastes like a cross between coconut, pineapple and banana.
Huckleberry: Huckleberries, a native U.S. fruit that grows feral in the Pacific Northwest and the Santa Cruz Mountains, looks and tastes like a blueberry. If you could find this summer fruit, expect to pay a lot.
Mangos teen: One of the most sought-after fruits in the world, the mangos teen is not obtainable fresh in the continental United States but growers in Hawaii are working to export it to the mainland
Paw paw: With a flavor like to the guanabana, the paw paw is the major fruit native to the U.S.
Rambutan: The delicate, melon like white flesh of the rambutan is covered in a spiny red covering that makes it one of the most exotic-looking fruits around.