you found jewish melons in colorado?
i'm not touching that one.
sorry, can't help it.
how did you know the were jewish, was the vine, umm, trimmed?
fruit is always best, as the saying goes, fresh and local. (i wish i lived where mangos, grapefruit, limes, and bananas grew.)
but for us in joisey and new york, july thru september is the fruit season. i could never pick just one fruit at this time; forgive the pun.
starting in midsummer, my raspberries provide a daily dose of sweetness, and those little seeds you get to munch a few minutes later as your tongue finds them in your teeth.
then we go picking at a few farms/orchards in mid-summer for peaches and plums. you haven't had a peach or plum unless you've worn some juice in a stripe from your chin to your shorts. you start to do that "ripe fruit stoop", if ya know what i mean.
then, the weather cools, and it's apple season in ny state. apples of every shape, size, color, texture, tartness, and sweetness are available. you gorge yourself on them, eating almost as many as you stuff into your bag, it seems.
then you pay your king's ransom these day to lug home more apples than naploeon could fit in a bottle.
so those are my faves, by default of location.