April 10, 2013
A Bermuda and a Maui onion are sitting on the beach. " I like watching the waves, man. It's like the ocean is peeling it's sweet layers." "Dude, just like us --- sweet." Sweet onions are mild variety, containing less sulphur than yellow onions.
April 9, 2013
The Carribean Sunrise is a red fleshed papaya. It has many healthful properties, being high in vitamins, fiber and lycopene - but can cause issues for people with latex allergies.
April 9, 2013
Also called a Pink Navel orange. What looks like a regular orange on the outside may turn out to be a Cara Cara once peeled. This Venezuela-native orange has pink flesh inside and a refreshing orangey taste with a little something more.
April 9, 2013
These large, purple potatoes have white flesh.   Starchy and good for mashing, they fall apart when cooked, so are not ideal for recipes calling for slices or cubes.
April 9, 2013
Candycots come from the Britton & Konynenburt Family Farms. "By breeding with seeds from the very best apricots in the world, we have created a new class of apricots. Called CandyCots, these apricots taste the way apricots are meant to taste. What unites these apricots under the name CandyCot...
April 9, 2013
Beets with a target at their heart. Red and white graphic beets look festive grated on the bias. Beets are a two-fer veggie. One is the fruitful root and two are the leafy greens. They are easiest peeled after roasting or boiling.
April 9, 2013
Fruit mascots everywhere have their tailors look at the Canadice grape for inspiration. Luscious reddish-purple orbs cascade beautifully down the vine.
April 9, 2013
This Heirloom bean is originally from the Caribbean. Fun harlequin markings also earn it the name "Yin & Yang" bean. A diet rich in legumes and warm bean soups in winter will keep you in balance too.
April 9, 2013
Calcot have their origins in Catalan culture, where they are known as Calí§ot. Festivals and special seasonal recipes trail them. This spring onion resembles Ramps, which also garner cult status among their fans.
April 9, 2013
Napolitos or cactus leaves are the fruit of the desert. Sipping up every drop of dew and staying safe with its self defense mechanisms - cactus develops into a sweet and fleshy food. Use a peeler for outer skin and slice for salads or light steaming.

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