I like exotic foods, like purple potatoes and heirloom tomatoes. The fact that they look weird is half the fun. ("Heirloom" means the plant was grown by humans in the past but is not currently cultivated by modern industrial agriculture. Heirloom foods are healthier, tastier and more diverse than conventional produce which is bred for long-distance trucking and storage, features that benefit sellers but not us consumers.)
Shopping at an East End farm yesterday, I found tiny apples. Full-grown they are tiny. In case you can't tell from the first photo, the second shows their scale -- they are no bigger than a silver dollar coin.
Their technical name is Lady Apples, but I prefer to call them baby apples. Their flavor is full-bodied and often compared to wine; it's complex and pleasing. Plus, you can't eat just one. :-)