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Bullock's Buzz: Thursday’s Thoughts

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Thursday’s Thoughts

New Season, New In-Season List of Fruits and Vegetables
   After the long, bitter cold (for some of us) winter, Spring has finally sprung, and with the new season comes a new list of fruits and vegetables in which we can indulge.   Although many fruits and vegetables can be found year round, each one still has its peak season when its flavor is at its best, and you get the best price. .Below you will find a list of some of these delicious items!
springfruitsandveggies16-apricots                      -kumquats
-avocados                     -lemons                                         
-blueberries                  -lime
-Cherimoya                  -lychee
-cherries                      -mangoes
-casaba melons            -nectarines
-currants                     -naval oranges
-figs                             -papayas
-grapefruit                   -pineapples
-honeydew                   -raspberries
-kiwis                          -strawberries



-artichokes                         -arugula
-asparagus                         -beets
-butter lettuce                   -broccoli
-cardoons                          -carrots
-Chayote squash                -chives
-collard greens                   -corn
-Fava beans                        -fennel
-fiddleheads                       -green beans
-kohlrabi                            -leeks
-Manoa lettuce                   -morel mushrooms
-mustard greens                -nettles
-new potatoes                    -spring onions
-parsley                             -pea greens
_peas                                  -radishes
-ramps                              -red leaf lettuce
-rhubarb                           -scallions
-spinach                            -spring onions
-sorrel                               -Sugar Snap/Snow Peas
-Swiss chard                      -turnips
-Vidalia onions                  -watercress

   If you know of any that I forgot, please leave it below in the comments and I will add it to the list!



At March 21, 2013 at 7:45 PM , Blogger Deezy said...

This is making me hungry... LOL
New follower from the hop. Deezy Does it (http://deezydoesiteezy.blogspot.com/) hosts a weekly link up party on Fridays with a give-a-way. You should stop by tomorrow :-)

At March 21, 2013 at 7:51 PM , Blogger lor K said...

Hi, stopping by to return the follow! Thanks for coming by my page! I followed back with GFC G+ Bloglovin and twitter. Have a great weekend when it gets here that is :) p.s. I could really go for some fruit now!


At March 21, 2013 at 11:26 PM , Blogger sugarplums andlollipops said...

Hi there! Thanks for the follow! Now following back :)

At March 22, 2013 at 12:46 AM , Blogger Tamara said...

An awesome list thanks. I love finding new recipes for the fruits and veggies I find. this will help me get started.

At March 22, 2013 at 8:50 AM , Anonymous bonnie holt said...

I love fresh fruits and vegis. Love the list it is great i didnt see blueberries,oranges,blackberries and dragon fruit. Thanks for the article

At March 23, 2013 at 1:53 PM , Blogger Melinda Dunne said...

I love buying all the product in season. I have been buying Cora Cora Oranges every time I find them because they are only in the stores for a short time where I am and I love them.

At March 24, 2013 at 7:18 PM , Anonymous jenny at dapperhouse said...

As a vegetarian I am salivating over your photos right now. I have promised myself to try a wider variety of veggies and fruits this year so I REALLY appreciate the list! (I just had celery root for the first time Friday and it was great - but never heard of it before that) Cant wait to go shopping! jenny at dapperhouse

At April 4, 2013 at 11:30 PM , Blogger ~JEWEL~ said...

IM blessed to live in an area where there are tons of farmers with roadside stands. Fruit and veggies galore and so cheap. Most in this area are starting to be organic or at least offer some if not all. Hoping to get a garden in the year myself!


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