- n. alternative spelling of passion fruit.
“Passion fruit, also sometimes written as passionfruit, is one of the best smelling fruits out there.”
“For dessert—if that sheet cake didn't hit the spot—chocolate-fig cake with coconut ice cream and passionfruit sorbet.”
“Admittedly, Kiwi sauvignon is a bit of a Marmite wine – not everyone goes for those piercingly intense, gooseberry, asparagus and passionfruit flavours, but this is a classic of its kind, and a handsome bottle, too.”
“Wolffer Estate 2008 Rose ($16): Clean nose of strawberries, passionfruit and green apple.”
“Follow in the hoof prints of the conquistadors on a 10-day ride up to five hours a day past the glacial lake at Humantay and through passionfruit orchards in the Santa Teresa valley, following the Salkantay and Llactapata Inca trails.”
“There is actually passionfruit pulp mixed into the marshmallows to give them their flavor, and it looks like you could substitute other strained fruit purees to end up with a whole variety of flavors with this recipe.”
“My favorite is a plain cheesecake with passionfruit drizzled over it.”
“Mango cheesecake doused with rasperry and passionfruit coulis”
“You can also find a non-piercing nipple jewelry, and "Head Candy" that will "allow you to feel and administer pleasure like never before ... certified Kosher with a delicious passionfruit (sic) flavor!”
“Apparently, the lighting in the ladies 'here is something they have got right, though we were staying anyway for what proved to be the high point, especially a passionfruit soufflé with a white chocolate and rum sorbet, and a fine chocolate mousse with a very good banana sorbet.”
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