How many of you eat pineapple guavas? (also know as feijoas)
When I bought my home 7 years ago, there was a little stick (literally) growing out of a crack in the cement on the side of my house that is next to my neighbors house. We never use that area (only 6' wide, and if you're out there, you're looking into the neighbor's windows). Anyway, this stick never was watered, except by rain, and it grew into a tree, about 7' high. It made the lovliest flowers that look fake, because they are so pretty. Then, after a few years, they produced little lime-colored fruit. Last year I discovered they were pineapple guavas, and in a book, it said they needed constant care, and a large planting area. (yeah, right)
Anyway, they fruit in November, and I'd forgotten about them. All fruits are on the ground (from a storm, no doubt) but are all ripe right now, and there's about 60-80.
Who has a recipe that they have tried that is good? I cannot make jams yet, as I lack in that area (still the novice)
I've googled recipes, but would rather get people's actual tried and trues