Posts Tagged ‘fruit’

Seasonal produce 101: Attachment

Buying in season: do you do it? You should. If you’re at the grocery store picking up peaches from Peru instead of honing in on the local goodness, keep reading.

Pears: the fall fruit underdog (plus a recipe!): Attachment

When we think of fruit flourishing in the fall, apples generally comes to mind first. But pears? They get pushed aside a bit… but are so delicious and versatile, the reasons why are unfathomable.

Whole grain summer-studded salads: Attachment

The warm weather often leads to cravings of fresh, produced-based dishes. But a bevy of bright vegetables doesn’t always leave us completely fulfilled.

Fall flavors: tips for baking with apples: Attachment

Fall is just around the corner, and that means that apples start to thrive in their season. But do you know the difference of all of the varieties – and what to use them for?

It’s peach season!: Attachment

Summertime is also known as Fresh Peach Time (FPT). You see, fresh peaches are, essentially, the epitome of summer. Nothing says delicious like a sweet, ripe peach with it’s fresh juice running down your hand as you take your first bite. Nothing.

Fall fruit focus: apples, pears, cranberries.: Attachment

It’s no question: winter desserts have a cozy comforting taste that is simply unbeatable. These top fruits will be a perfect way to end your Fall meals in delectable desserts – but don’t forget to give them a savory twist alongside the main course, too.

Watermelon the new biofuel?: Attachment

Last week, a team of researchers investigated the use of watermelon in a new way, showing that the juice of reject watermelons can be fermented into usable ethanol.

Seasons 1.3 released for iPhone and iPod Touch: Attachment

Whether being at the supermarket or choosing a menu at a restaurant – we have to decide what to eat every single day. Seasons, an application made for the iPhone, makes it now easier

How to keep fruit fresh and flavourful: Attachment

Going to the market can be an invigorating experience, as you saunter slowly through, picking out optimal produce that was fresh picked by the farmers themselves just hours earlier. You get home and begin to put away your fresh finds