The Way which Leadeth unto Life

Without skipping a beat, the day after the Expo Averil and I presented ourselves to Mrs Honiball to show her a flick of our setup.

She said that the spread looked lovely but the fruit was "all mixed up". Mrs Honiball's truth is that in the Eden Recipe one only eats what is naturally available at that time of year, and also only one thing should be eaten at a time. No *recipes*

This would mean that we could serve, now in May, Western Cape South Africa:

Apple spaghetti
Apple juice
Orange quarters
Orange juice
Winter melon and paw paw cubes on plates
Pears somehow
Persimmon slices
Avo, not really, unless we did "mix it up" with some orange to make cream
don't think banana.

One can't feel hard done by with a menu like that. There is an old saying which goes:

Enter ye in at the strait gate: 
for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, 
that leadeth to destruction, 
and many there be which go in thereat:

Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, 
which leadeth unto life, 
and few there be that find it.

Hmmm. Vygie Street, maybe?