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Life’s too short to live without fresh fruits all year long. Pick what’s in season and it will be tasty, pick what isn’t and it won’t be sweet. If you‘re not sure what’s seasonal, ask the grocer or check with ProducePete.com. Photo courtesy of AarinFreePhoto.com.
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Farmers Markets
An interactive directory enabling you to find all of the farmers’ markets, family farms, locally-grown produce, grass-fed meats nationwide.

Planet Pomegranate
Delicious pomegranate recipes from the author of the only pomegranate cookbook, Ann Kleinberg.

Produce Pete
Content from Produce Pete’s “Weekend Today in New York” on WNBC Channel 4 guides you to picking the best seasonal fruit and vegetables.

Olive Oil Labels
A collection of olive oil labels from private collector Mark Wickens, evoking the charm of yesteryear.

Pomegranates by Ann Kleinberg
Click here to purchase from Amazon.com.

Watermelon
Find watermelon festivals, watermelon recipes (it’s not just sliced or fruit salad), trivia, the works from the National Watermelon Promotion Board.

If you’d like to recommend a top fruit-related website, click on the link.

Nibble Tips

It’s easy to create a delicious and fruity dessert in minutes. Slice a few apples, pears, or peaches and sauté them in a tablespoon of butter until soft. Place them in a shallow bowl. In a small saucepan heat a cup of your favorite jam, splash with a tablespoon of rum, remove from the heat and pour the sauce over the fruit. It’s special enough to make for company, and easy enough to make every night of the week.

Plums from MorgueFile

Vibrant plums plucked from a backyard tree
are a real treasure, but great fresh plums
can be found in your local supermarket. Try
a new fruit or vegetable every month. If you
have no idea how to prepare it, ask the
produce manager or fellow shoppers. Photo
courtesy of MorgueFile.

 

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