Will eat you!
Macro Shot of Physalis Fruits. (unknown photographer)
These fruits encased in an unusual, lantern-like husk are part of the nightshade family and thus share a relation with the much more familiar tomato. Since it has a mild, refreshing acidity similar to the tomato, it can be used in many of the same ways. Imagine enjoying some pasta with fresh physalis sauce! The berry also goes by the names Golden Strawberry or Chinese Lantern.