Cut Fruit Summer is in full swing
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Sliced peaches. Photo: Mike/Flickr
Then i must hereby declare this the season for writing about cutting up fruit as an act of love, a.k.a if there’s any truth to the conventional wisdom that three is a trend. “cut fruit summer.”
This can be based on three data points. First came an essay titled “A plate of Cut Fruits Is How Asian Moms Say: I Love You” in Taste back in April, a prelude to your thick of “cut fruit summer” ourselves in that write my paper we now find. Then came the beautifully written “How the simple art of cutting fruit can be an act of love” when you look at the Washington Post, published on July 25. A few days later, Bon Appetit’s Healthyish unveiled its own take, “If I’m Cutting good fresh fruit for Dessert, I Probably Love You,” complete with a photo of mouthwateringly red strawberries and an intriguing suggestion of fruit seasoned with chaat masala.
Now permit me to outline the basics of “cut fruit summer,” as extrapolated from that seemingly relatable experience of being handed a full bowl of carefully sliced fruit by family unit members who leave the text you” unspoken in favor of more tangible actions“ I love:
1. Next time your parents hand you an apple that’s not pre-sliced, you’ll know precisely how they feel about you.
2. The longer it requires to prepare and present a fruit, the greater love and care it is infused with. Blueberries dumped straight from a carton into your waiting mouth? Negligible love. Continue reading