Wednesday, August 7, 2013
Produce List for the Week of August 5th
Sun Gold Tomatoes
Green Bell Peppers
Purple Bell Peppers
Green Grapes (Thompsons)
Owen T. Plum (BIG Dark & Sweet)
King Midas Plum (BIG Yellowish & Awesome!)
Flavor Grenade Pluot (One of our favorites, shaped like a football, orange and green in color)
Flavor Queen Pluot (Hard Green, another favorite)
Candy Pearl White Nectarine (These will be ripe & ungodly sweet)
Sweet Dream Yellow Peaches (Beautiful YP)
Padrón Peppers: These peppers are small and range in color from bright green to yellow. Most are mild, but every so often you might bite into a wickedly hot one!
Fushimi Peppers: Usually about 6 inches in length, these Japanese peppers turn glossy red when ripe but are most often used in their green stage. They are thin-walled and sweet. Fantastic when cooked in stir-fry, tempura, or on the grill!
Hungarian Peppers: Similar to the Banana Wax Pepper, these are creamy-yellow translucent color with thin skin and thick flesh in their immature stage. Their flavor is sweet and ranges from warm to moderately hot. As the pepper matures, its color changes to hues of orange-red and the heat rises significantly as the pepper retains its sweetness.
Enjoy the week!
Posted by zwalsh at 10:50 AM