Getâ€™em while theyâ€™re (mildy) hot! Hatch Chiles are here, direct from the Hatch Valley of New Mexico! These chiles range in size from 6-9 inches and offer a mild-medium heat. A true Southwestern favorite, Hatch Chiles are meaty and make for great relleno, queso and salsa recipes! Not only are they tasty, but theyâ€™re quite nutritious too - a medium-sized Hatch Chile contains as much Vitamin C as 6 oranges! Hatch Chiles are tasty, good for you and make great roasted additions to salads, soups and dips!
Behold the powerful Pomegranate! It one of the oldest known fruits and is a major symbol of health due to being so nutrient-dense and rich in antioxidants â€” unrivaled by other foods! Theyâ€™re here to increase heart health and help support immunity all while adding a tart crunch to salads and rich flavor to drinks!
They have a leathery skin that houses a ton of juicy, edible seeds. It's easy, fast and fun to get them all out! Carefully slice the Pomegranate in half in a horizontal direction, then gently pry on each half to loosen the seeds. Over a bowl, place the seeded side on the palm of one hand and (without whacking your fingers) repeatedly tap on it with a wooden spoon until all the seeds pop out. Optimal Pomegranate seed accumulation complete!
Donâ€™t mistake this fruit for a lumpy yellow apple or pear â€“ itâ€™s a PineappleQuince! Because theyâ€™re not meant to be eaten raw, Pineapple Quinces require a bit of magic in order for it to be transformed from tart to sweet. Once itâ€™s peeled, cored and roughly chopped, boil the flesh and watch it turn light pink to almost purple as its high pectin content allows its sugars to take over. When cooked down, many Pineapple Quince-lovers create pastes, jellies and jams â€“ a perfect addition to desserts as well as cheeses, stews and roasts.
Star Fruit 20-25ct Red Dragon Fruit 9-10ct Red Currants 12/6oz Bartlett Pears 90-135ct English Peas 10# & 25# Watermelon Radish 10# & 25# Yellow Watermelon 5/6ct Red Tamarillo 30-39ct 8/1# Clamshell CA Brown Figs 1 layer and 8/1#Clamshell CA Stone Fruit (Peaches, Nectarines, Pluots, Plums) Carolina Reaper Peppers 8/.5gm Ghost Chile 8/.5gm Peru Pomegranate Seeds 12/4 Green Cactus Pears 10# Rhubarb 20# Jack Fruit
Baby Brussels Sprouts 12/8oz
Lychee Chilean Pomegranates Casaba Melons Crenshaw Melons German Butterball Potato Cherries Red and Rainiers Chilean Quince Apricots Sharlyn Melons Ready Robin Pear New Crop Empress Prune Plums expected end of the month
New Crop Fingerling Potatoes (All Varieties) out of Idaho will be available this weekend
New Crop Seckle and French Butter Pears expected this weekend
New Crop Forelle Pears next week
Champagne Grapes 16/1#
Avocado (All sizes and grades) Mangosteen 15# Red Dragon Fruit (Vietnam) Lemon Grass
F Y I â€¢ Napa Cabbage - seeing quality issues due to weather (heat in growing region) and insect infestation
â€¢ Lemon Grass - will continue to be in limited/sporadic supplies for the next 2 - 3 months