We have a tradition amongst our circle of friends: eating together every Wednesday. We have a scheduled rotation of who's cooking that week & who's ever turn it is, we go to there house & eat, laugh, catch up, and eat some more! Well, I was in a dilema, a pickle of sorts, if you will during my last turn cooking...the local asian market was fresh out of calamansi! A citrus fruit native to the Philippines that is sweet and tangy all packed into it's tiny little orb, smaller than a key lime. It's my absolute favorite and it was the key ingredient in this dish I had never made before, that everyone was anticipating to try: shrimp kinilaw....anyways, someone suggested I try an old fashioned orchard picking run. The only thing is that the only known "orchard" of calamansi here in the desert, is at a shopping center parking lot! I really was desperate though! So, I summoned up the courage and went-a-picking! Afterwards, even though I was up to my eyeballs in preparation for dinner, I absolutely had to do a super quick scrap LO to remember the zany experience by, and here it is. I liked how tweeking the "bevel", "outer glow", and "color overlay" blending options produced an uncanny resemblance to the said citrus fruit. Oh how I would love a tall iced cold glass of calamansi juice rrrrrright now!