|Hopi kadushi, no? ;)|
Which feels somewhat like home to me. In fact, in Mexico we love cacti so much that we eat them. The round "leaf" of the nopal (aka prickly pear) makes delicious nopalitos, and nothing's more refreshing than its fruit (which we call "tuna"--cue totally confused tourists), chilled, on a summer day.
|Nopalitos. Just looking at this makes me salivate.|
And then, of course, there's peyote, which might not necessarily be nutritious in terms of vitamins or protein but, some will argue, is food for the spirit.
|Bite of Nirvana, anyone?|
as in "row, row, row your boat"
Rather than share an expression today, I chose a name I think is remarkably unique. Where does infrou come from? Not Dutch. Certainly not Spanish. It shares only one letter with prickly pear.
Where does it come from?
Google's no help. A search for infrou got me one result--a link to someone's Facebook page (which, by the way, seems to have absolutely no relationship with anyone of the Cactaceae family). I tried infrou Curacao and got a bit more... But it's still just mentions, no explanations. Plenty of pics, though.
Where. Does. This. Word. COME FROM???
Someone, please put me out of my misery.
(No bonus word today. However, no one has guessed the bonus word from yesterday, so I'll wait until tomorrow to post the answer. Thanks to everyone that's taken a stab at it so far! And sorry for picking such a hard one... I'll do better next time ;) Oh, and a round of applause, please, for Debbie D "Doglady" (and isn't that nickname enough to make you love her?) for posting the correct answer to the G bonus word, galiña. Thanks to everyone who took a shot at that one, too :) )