I'm going to re-review this. I made this once for a party and it was great. I'm making it again for Easter but I wanted to comment a little further. First, to all the reviewers who didn't like this because it was too liquidy: This is a SALSA not a salad so expect it to be juicy. I don't think I have every had a salsa that isn't really juicy. If you want a fruit salad use a different recipe because this isn't what you're looking for. But, if you want a salsa but just want it a little LESS juicy (this will also make it a little less sweet for those who complained that it was too sweet), try 1) using harder tart apples like you would for an apple pie 2) use kiwis that aren't all the way ripe so they are harder and less juicy (since you add the sugar sauce anyway you won't notice the tartness) and 3) before adding the sugar/preserve sauce, put all the chopped fruit in a salad spinner and spin some of the juices out. 4) toss in the raspberries at the end so they don't mush up when you toss in the sugar/preserve mixture. This will make the salsa a little more chunky and less juicy. But like I said, its salsa, so expect it to be juicy. This is a really awesome recipe if you don't mind all the time consuming chopping. You really do have to use fresh fruit, not frozen. I used apple flavored jelly for the preserves. Fantastic. I could do without the cinnamon chips personally. They aren't that bad but you can buy better ones at the grocery store. Too much work and they are kind of bor
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I'm going to re-review this. I made this once for a party and it was great. I'm making it...