bumper crop of guavas
I'm one of those northern gardeners that likes to start seeds from unusual fruit found at my local Asian market. Just about everything lives in pots and gets moved under plastic protection for the winter. I have this one pot of white guava that is loaded down with fruit this year. Currently they are about the size of a large navel orange. I have eaten them in the tropics, my favorite being the pastries with white cheese you find in the Caribbean. I can buy guava paste at the local store at a dirt cheap price so I don't see the need to make homemade paste or even jelly/jam. I was wondering what other ways people eat the large guavas. Any favorite recipes?