Patronite, Rob
January 2005
New York;1/24/2005, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p55
Provides information about pomelo. Misconception that it could easily deliver a gallon of juice for breakfast, with plenty left over to top off a round of pomelo Bellinis for lunch; Claim that the bigger the fruit, the more rind there is for the bittersweet treat from Sapa's Patricia Yeo.


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