In Season: Summer

Happy summer – it’s prime time for BBQ’s, bonfires, grilling, and more! We’ve been excited to share with you our summer produce list.

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Some of the items on the list aren’t surprising – tomatoes and cucumbers are a summer garden staple. Other items are less obvious, like herbs such as basil and cilantro.

In the beginning of summer peaks apricots, arugula, avocados, blackberries, cilantro, dill, mangoes, peas, raspberries, and strawberries.

In mid-summer peaks basil, green beans, blueberries, cherries, eggplant, nectarines, peaches, yellow squash, watermelon, and zucchini.

Towards the end of summer we have bell peppers, bok choy, celery, chard, corn, cucumbers, figs, grapes, guavas, horseradish, melons, onions, plumbs, tomatoes, and tomatillos.

Summer Produce Printable

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Print this guide and stick it to your fridge or bring it with you when grocery shopping.

Eating produce in season maximizes flavor as well as nutrition, so what’s stopping you?

-K

P.S. Want to know more about when items are in season, or what to pair them with? Check out this book: The Flavor Bible.