rose apple

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Synonyms for rose apple

tropical tree of the East Indies cultivated for its edible fruit

fragrant oval yellowish tropical fruit used in jellies and confections

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Known as wax apple, rose apple, or bell apple in other countries, makopa is also called tambis in the Visayas.
And I indulged in the incredible and innovative food prepared at the estate's two restaurants, dishes like seared kingfish with braised lentils, pomegranate and mint salad followed by a dessert of strawberry, rose apple and watermelon salad with chilled hibiscus soup and strawberry sorbet.
The newest sun-blocking products are trendier and easier to apply than their predecessors--they're infused with anti-aging ingredients like rose apple leaf extract or soothing botanicals such as chamomile.
Additionally, one of CMI's growers has received a license to sell Jazz, Envy and Pacific Rose apples for the first time, starting with this fall's crop.
Jesus never heard her my grandmother's tongue smelled like rose apples and her eyes lit up when she sang with the brightness of a star.
He pointed out an immense variety of tropical vegetables and fruits, including star apples, rose apples, Ethiopian apples, tamarind, which tastes like apricot candy, and gunga peas (actually a bean and a Jamaican staple).
Several popular and delicious fruits and vegetables from Thailand, namely, Rambuttan, Longan, Mangosteen, guava, Salak (snake fruit), dragon fruit, Sapodila, Durian, Solo pappaya, baby pineapple, Rose apples, custard apple, tender coconut, sweet tamarind, sweet corn, jojuba, litchi, Longsat, Rambi and sweet green mango, etc.