Custard apples are my pick of the week. I have never written about this delicious fruit before. A decade ago, we had two types, Pinks Mammoth, the only one we now sell, bumpy, misshapen and super sweet. Previously, Australia grew the African pride variety, smooth and not as sweet. A highly sought-after fruit by exporters to Asia, we don’t often see large quantities of this fruit in our domestic market. They have to be soft to eat and don’t eat the skin or the seeds. This week there are plenty in the markets, and they are top quality and reasonably priced.