Organic Envy Apples
What’s an Envy? They’re very sweet, have classic flavor with a firm and crunchy texture. Basically, the eating experience Red Delicious wish they were.
Now that the season is going full tilt California grown Organic Navel Oranges are beginning to taste their juicy, flavorful best – a balance of sweetness and acidity. The classic orange flavor will get even sweeter as the season progresses – January through April.
Pink-fleshed, sweet Organic Cara Cara Oranges are perfect for snacking or fun for salads, desserts and prepared with fish. This special variety is in peak season from organic California citrus groves January through March. Enjoy them while they’re at their best!
Here in late December through March Organic Pummelos are in season from California. This jumbo-sized citrus fruit with mild and sweet grapefruit flavor is a fun one to try!
Organic Meyer Lemon groves planted several years ago in California are now beginning to produce significant volumes. With winter being the peak season for this variety, look for Organic Meyer Lemons in the organic produce section where you shop during December through March.
South Florida organic growers have plenty of nice Grape Tomatoes coming from their winter field plantings. Good dirt means good food. With all of this good quality supply, expect affordable pricing and even advertised specials during January.
These are a few of my favorite things: tree ripe Local Yellow Peaches in August and tree ripe California Satsuma Mandarins in late November and December. Satsumas, not to be confused with Clementines, are so sweet, flavorful and easy to peel – it’s hard to stop eating them once you start.