What is in season where you are?

reeguy
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  • September 7, 2011
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mensaque September 9, 2011
I just came back from the market and guess what:I found out that one of my favorite fruits is in season here in Brazil...Don't know if you have this black berry up there:JABUTICABA.It sprouts from the tree's trunk,it's so cute!It's like a little black spherical juice box and it's just delicious!
 
beyondcelery September 7, 2011
I'll add to SKK's list: zucchini and summer squash. A coworker just gave me some beautiful zucchinis from his friend's garden and I made sourdough zucchini rolls last night. It's beginning to taste a bit like autumn!
 
SKK September 7, 2011
We are 5 to 6 weeks behind in our growing season here in PNW so we have blueberries, raspberries, late growing strawberries and cherries, tomatoes, corn, onions, peppers, peaches, nectarines, apricots. Pears and apples just starting to come in, along with canning peaches.
 
mensaque September 7, 2011
Winter,spring,summer or fall in tropical lands like Brazil almost everything is in season...all the time! It's a blessing! And for it's size,Brazil has sub-tropical and equatorial areas too,wich brings us even more variety.Now that I made you jealous enough let me tell you:it's spring here and I have no idea from the very few things that are really seasonal wich one is up right now.SORRY!But I'll find out!
 
wssmom September 7, 2011
Here in upstate New York, summer is clinging on fiercely!! We have peaches still around, blueberries, sweet corn, tomatoes, zucchini, peppers of all varieties, but we know fall is coming because the apples are AMAZING!!
 
student E. September 7, 2011
In MA, where we are on the brink of autumn ourselves: tomatoes, peaches and other stone fruit, and lots of apples and hearty greens.
 
CarlaCooks September 7, 2011
We've had autumn weather in Denmark since the beginning of August :( In the last two weeks or so, the yummy fresh summer fruits have left the grocery stores, replaced by zucchini and even a few pumpkins. Thank the gods for frozen strawberries and raspberries!
 
Autumn is on it's way to NJ and I just picked up a 1/4 bushel of local apples. I'm planning on making an apple crisp.
 
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