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Friday, January 16, 2009

Seasonality Synopsis

Posted By on Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 4:56 PM

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After reading an item about a local produce wheel in the San Francisco MenuPages blog, but not wanting to shell out the $12.95 to actually purchase one, we have the fortune to learn what exactly is in season here in San Francisco right now straight from the weekly e-newsletter of CUESA. In their words:

Returning, plentiful and/or at their peak this month:

Blood oranges, plant starts, kale, nettles, green garlic, cruciferous vegetables, flowering quince branches, chicories, root vegetables, tulips, pea sprouts, narcissus, kumquats, braising greens, Cara Cara oranges, baby lettuces, kumquats, Napa cabbage

Winding down/limited supply

Avocados (should be plentiful again in February), Brussels sprouts, pastured eggs, fresh goat cheese, persimmons, pomegranates, apples and pears (from cold storage only right now)

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