Crimson gold and deep red, colors of pomegranates ….


Pomegranate Juice Stand

One of our favorite fruits, locally produced and bursting with flavours. Refreshing and a naturally sweet thirst quencher, one is fortunate during autumn season to find these juice stands in some of the main streets of larger cities, such as Mostar and Sarajevo.

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Posted on October 16, 2014, in All About Food, Fresh! and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. What gorgeous autumnal colours I love this time of the year (though we’re in the opposite season here in Perth!). The pomegranates look delicious too! Enjoy your weekend 🙂

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  2. Wow–I’ve never seen pomegranates like that before! Here, we just see a few, very expensive, in the supermarket. And I’m sure they don’t taste as good as your local ones!

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    • Globalresidence

      Many thanks for your comments, Kerry. These are the colors one should look for, if one wants great pomegranates, I’m told.
      Over here, is “A land of wheat, and barley, and vines, and fig trees, and pomegranates; a land of oil olive, and honey;” therefore pomegranates here are usually many 😉
      the 1 glass of pure juice from the juice stand is around US$1, depending on produce.
      they are readily available around Autumn seasons and they certainly taste great!
      Great to have you passing by, wishing you a great weekend ahead! 🙂

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  3. I feel like I could just take a pomegranate from the picture and eat it, they look to fresh and tasty!

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  4. Oh, do I remember enjoying the refreshing juice of that fruit while on holiday in Syria some six years ago.

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    • Many thanks for your comments! 🙂 Glad that you enjoyed this post, must have been really great as you still remember 😉 . Pomegranates are widely available in the Mediterranean coastal region, which Bosnia & Herzegovina is part of and famous for. I couldn’t fathom why people here like to paint pictures of these fruits for centuries until I came here. 😉 Wishing you a great week ahead.

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  5. I always think they look pretty but am never sure which bits to eat 🙂

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  6. I am with you on this one: pomegranates are delicious! 🙂

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  7. Beautiful colours and they look like they would taste amazing, so fresh! They cost a fortune in our UK supermarkets and don’t look as juicy as these! Happy Autumn.

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    • Globalresidence

      Yes, they are delicious! And 1 glass of pure juice (not watered down) is about US$1 or €1 depends! 😀 But then, we also missed certain food in England. My hubby tried the best fish and chips which is in Portabello Road! 😉 Happy Autumn to you, too! 😊


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