July 2, 2013
The Dapple Dandy Pluot is a sweet plum-apricot flavored pluot with beautifully dappled skin. These pluots contain fiber and complex sugars for sustained energy, and the taste is amazing.
June 26, 2013
Rosemary is an evergreen like eucalyptus and pine, and to be ever green requires fortitude and terpenes. This strong medicinal aromatic herb pairs well with roasted veggies and will lift your spirit to boot. Fresh rosemary can help increase circulation and boost the immune system. It is thought to...
June 26, 2013
This tender green falls into the “wild-harvested green” or “edible weed” category, although the lamb’s-quarters found in FruitGuys cases is always farm-cultivated. Lamb's-quarters tastes a lot like spinach, and can fill in for spinach in most recipes, although it's a bit more tender and has a...
June 17, 2013
By Gretchen Bay As the summer solstice draws nigh, visions of beautiful white orbs are starting to dance in the minds of fruit lovers everywhere. Are these spheres celestial bodies, aligning for the dawn of a new season? No! They’re delicious white peaches and nectarines that have started appearing...
June 17, 2013
Similar to the Red Beauty, the Black Beaut is a Santa Rosa style round plum. This plum has deep dark—almost black skin with bright red flesh.
June 14, 2013
Walla Walla onions are so sweet sweet. In 1900, a French solider named Peter Pieri settled in Walla Walla, Washington, from Corsica, Spain, with a few onion seeds in his pocket.  He made the onion famous, and the onion made Walla Walla a crossword staple.
June 6, 2013
Carrots were not always orange. Throughout the ages they grew in many colors including purple and white. It was the Dutch, whose patriotic allegiance to the House of Orange (the Dutch Royal family), propagated the bright orange variety that is commonplace today. Closely related to fennel and...
June 6, 2013
Sweet bell pepper, its seeds hail from Italy. Great for roasting. Roast over a grill or gas flame till charred, turning with tongs. Place in plastic bag to "sweat", and then rub off charred skin.
June 6, 2013
In spring, the garlic plant's head looks like a fountain pen tip leading the long stem in twirls and loops like it's scribbling or chasing a bee. Farmers trim the stems called scapes for a blissfully garlicky treat -   another edible part of this important plant.
June 5, 2013
The Carolina Gold Tomato is a unique.  This golden orb can be quite large. Flavorful and fruity, this wonderful tomato is low in a acid, which can be a great benefit to those who have to avoid regular red tomatoes.

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