I just received this note from Lance Hill.
I found an old blog post of yours on chokos that mentioned Mirliton.Org. I wanted to tell you that we changed the name from plural to singular (no ‘s’ in the url) and that we have added a tremendous amount of new materials, including my “History of Chayote in North America” which argues that Louisiana and Australia both grow the same coastal variety. Also, we have the world’s largest collection of international chayote recipes. I think the reliance on chokos during WWII alienated many Australians from this cucurbit, but perhaps they may find a new flavor profile on our site.
Given that you are also an artist, I will point out that mirlitons were used for decades in the U.S. as an ornamental. They do some beautiful things with landscapes.