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What's in season where you are?

Post by lolasf » Sat Mar 10, 2018 4:41 pm

So, what's in season where you are? We're at the end of winter vegetables here, headed towards spring. Asparagus has been on sale lately, and artichokes popped up in my market last week. Citrus is falling off the trees in my neighborhood, especially lemons.

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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by rezuar » Sat Mar 10, 2018 5:13 pm

Bear garlic
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Anything else is still imported.
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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by mishmish » Sat Mar 10, 2018 5:38 pm

artichokes! I'm spoiled due to climate+fancy agro technology, but some things are just not climate negotiable. Peculiarly summer fruit like loquats have surfaced. Nectarines will follow shortly! woot woot!

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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by northern_goddess » Sat Mar 10, 2018 5:51 pm

In season? There is still snow on the ground.
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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by lolasf » Sat Mar 10, 2018 6:15 pm

What kind of veggies can you get, nogs? Where do they import stuff from?
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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by Scrubb » Sat Mar 10, 2018 6:43 pm

I saw strawberries and watermelon at the supermarket yesterday. Crazy. Waaaaay too early for either of them, isn't it?

We import stuff from everywhere - the US, Mexico, South Africa, and I forget where else off hand. Yesterday I bought baby bok choy and green beans (also really out of season, now that I think about it. Mr_S wanted them so I just said yes, thinking more about what I'd do with them than where they might have come from and if they'd be any good).
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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by leela » Sat Mar 10, 2018 7:14 pm

Potatoes, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower.

Fond as I am of most of those, thank goodness we have imported fruit and veg, too.
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Post by mad hatter » Sat Mar 10, 2018 7:18 pm

reminds me i need to buy veges
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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by section8 » Sat Mar 10, 2018 7:27 pm

Some stuff in the ocean (winter kings, shellfish). We are coming up on the best time of year to hunt seals on the ice.
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Post by VinnyD » Sat Mar 10, 2018 7:28 pm

Pretty much what leela said. Add turnips, parsimps, carrots, onions.

The local pears I got last week were really at the end of their useful life. Many breeds of local apples for last fall are still OK. People were asking a farmer at the market today when he would have asparagus and he would only say "Soon," which I took to mean."Definitely not next week."

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Post by DCComic » Sat Mar 10, 2018 8:07 pm

cauliflower, celeriac, chicory, jerusalem artichoke, kale, leeks, parsnips, purple sprouting broccoli, salsify, shallots, spinach, spring onions, swede, wild nettles.

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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by guruwil » Sun Mar 11, 2018 1:27 am

We are pretty lucky here as we have a lot of the country with all round heat probably the most limited thing are the exclusively winter produce which has a more limited supply outside of winter, otherwise we have pretty good year round supplies of most of the spring, summer and autumn produce.

Stone fruit and mandarins seem to be the main ones that have a distinct season.
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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by northern_goddess » Sun Mar 11, 2018 1:53 am

lolasf wrote:
Sat Mar 10, 2018 6:15 pm
What kind of veggies can you get, nogs? Where do they import stuff from?
Same as what Scrubb said. We get fruits/berries/vegetables from mostly southern california, Mexico, Asia. And frankly, it's pretty amazing how decent they are and how cheap they are. Sometimes I feel we have better fruit/veg here than BC does, at least in the winter. Although, this reminds me that I saw local potatoes in the store last week.

For local stuff, we get a lot of root vegetables, cabbages and salad greens during the summer. Sometimes tomatoes. Haskap berries (http://www.yukonberry.com) are becoming a pretty thriving industry here now as well for some reason. I had never heard of them before about 2 years ago.
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Post by section8 » Sun Mar 11, 2018 2:05 am

I planted some haskaps at my old house. They are ok berries.
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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by Nines » Sun Mar 11, 2018 3:40 am

We are coming up on the best time of year to hunt seals on the ice.
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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by rezuar » Sun Mar 11, 2018 1:43 pm

Oh, I can get pretty much everything in a supermarket, but none of these fruits and vegetables are in season. Not even potatoes, carrots, onions etc.
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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by snowgirl » Sun Mar 11, 2018 3:44 pm

Yeah, what Rez said. March would be a pretty dismal time for eating without imported things. I', going to start some veggie seeds indoors soon but the only think growing in my garden right now are snowdrops.
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Post by mishmish » Sun Mar 11, 2018 6:40 pm

Right! I forgot strawberries! Now moving into prime time (they've been around for about a month, but not sweet enough).
Real berries (other than blackberries, which are not berries either) apparently won't grow here at all. Imported fresh produce is usually ridiculously expensive here due to extremely protectionist regulation. I don't even go there.

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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by lolasf » Sun Mar 11, 2018 8:46 pm

We've got strawberries now too, but I haven't tried them yet. I hope they look good when I go to the market today.
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Post by nettie » Sun Mar 11, 2018 9:31 pm

Finally some mangoes, but still just the little ones,pineapple, root veggies, avocados are nearly there with, melons, papaya...

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Post by mishmish » Sun Mar 11, 2018 9:35 pm

Jealous of mangoes *sniff*

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Post by rezuar » Sun Mar 11, 2018 10:25 pm

Oh, I forgot to add home grown sprouts! But they’re in season all year round.
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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by Bastet » Sun Mar 11, 2018 10:29 pm

Based on the farmers market on Saturday: apples and tomatoes.

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Post by VinnyD » Sun Mar 11, 2018 10:34 pm

Sometimes I think of starting in Florida in February and following the strawberry crop up to Nova Scotia in June or July, having previously researched dairies with good cream along the route.

There are those who say I would get tired of fresh local strawberries. Perhaps. But wouldn't it be nice to get tired of fresh local strawberries?

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Post by NorthAmerican » Sun Mar 11, 2018 11:45 pm

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In season? There is still snow on the ground.
That was going to be my question, too, although the weather here has warmed up in the past few days. Now it's below freezing only at night. In Chicago, you're not sure that temperatures won't drop to freezing at night until the end of May.
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Post by Scrubb » Mon Mar 12, 2018 12:03 am

snowgirl wrote:
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Yeah, what Rez said. March would be a pretty dismal time for eating without imported things.
When I was growing up we didn't buy fresh veg, ever. I honestly don't remember what was available but I'm sure there was much less fresh produce than there is nowadays. Most people bought frozen veg, I think? We had a big garden and we froze enough to get through most of the winter, though I do remember some frozen peas and carrots and canned corn. and when I was about 10 they started doing frozen mixed veg with broccoli and cauliflower, and that was sort of a treat.
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mishmish wrote:
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Jealous of mangoes *sniff*
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Post by rider5 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 2:09 am

All kinds of citrus. I'm in overload. I need to do some serious squeeze and freeze here pretty soon.

lolasf in a perfect world one person per city block would have the designated community lemon tree that would supply everyone else and they could be paid with other citrus or whatever for their trouble.

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Post by lolasf » Mon Mar 12, 2018 3:59 am

rider5 wrote:
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lolasf in a perfect world one person per city block would have the designated community lemon tree that would supply everyone else and they could be paid with other citrus or whatever for their trouble.
I wish we had that! I have a very little lemon tree, and some asshole stole all 10 or so of my lemons about a month ago. I don't seem to be getting any more. I have neighbors I could probably ask, but the thing is, I don't want 15 lemons today. I want one or two on my schedule when a recipe requires.
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Post by mishmish » Mon Mar 12, 2018 8:05 am

lolasf wrote:
Mon Mar 12, 2018 3:59 am
rider5 wrote:
Mon Mar 12, 2018 2:09 am
lolasf in a perfect world one person per city block would have the designated community lemon tree that would supply everyone else and they could be paid with other citrus or whatever for their trouble.
I wish we had that! I have a very little lemon tree, and some asshole stole all 10 or so of my lemons about a month ago. I don't seem to be getting any more. I have neighbors I could probably ask, but the thing is, I don't want 15 lemons today. I want one or two on my schedule when a recipe requires.
I want that perfect world too. I don't know why municipalities don't plant fruit trees rather than something else. In the south we actually do have orange trees lining the streets but they are ungrafted, so only good for marmalade. Very excellent marmalade. What I want is a mango tree. Maya.
You might want to reconsider your neighbor's tree. I do leave them on the tree until ready to use immediately (so I have fresh off the tree lemons for about 5 months!), but mainly because I can't be bothered. Really fresh ones do keep for weeks and weeks in the refrig.

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Post by temporaryhandle2 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 8:17 am

Raspberries.

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Post by snowgirl » Mon Mar 12, 2018 1:11 pm

All you jerks with fresh lemons and mangoes and raspberries and oranges are going to get foed pretty soon.

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snowgirl wrote:
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All you jerks with fresh lemons and mangoes and raspberries and oranges are going to get foed pretty soon.

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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by lolasf » Mon Mar 12, 2018 3:27 pm

snowgirl wrote:
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All you jerks with fresh lemons and mangoes and raspberries and oranges are going to get foed pretty soon.

Jerks. Personal lemon trees! I ask you.
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mishmish wrote:
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I want that perfect world too. I don't know why municipalities don't plant fruit trees rather than something else. In the south we actually do have orange trees lining the streets but they are ungrafted, so only good for marmalade. Very excellent marmalade. What I want is a mango tree. Maya.
You might want to reconsider your neighbor's tree. I do leave them on the tree until ready to use immediately (so I have fresh off the tree lemons for about 5 months!), but mainly because I can't be bothered. Really fresh ones do keep for weeks and weeks in the refrig.
There are a lot of Seville orange trees in common areas growing in Tucson. Also some of the olive trees are fertile in the U of A campus area. They must have been planted before the ban on olive trees in the Tucson area. I guess the pollen is bad or something. I don't really get it as there are all kinds of plants blooming around here starting about now.

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Re: What's in season where you are?

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rider5 wrote:
Mon Mar 12, 2018 4:39 pm
mishmish wrote:
Mon Mar 12, 2018 8:05 am
I want that perfect world too. I don't know why municipalities don't plant fruit trees rather than something else. In the south we actually do have orange trees lining the streets but they are ungrafted, so only good for marmalade. Very excellent marmalade. What I want is a mango tree. Maya.
You might want to reconsider your neighbor's tree. I do leave them on the tree until ready to use immediately (so I have fresh off the tree lemons for about 5 months!), but mainly because I can't be bothered. Really fresh ones do keep for weeks and weeks in the refrig.
There are a lot of Seville orange trees in common areas growing in Tucson. Also some of the olive trees are fertile in the U of A campus area. They must have been planted before the ban on olive trees in the Tucson area. I guess the pollen is bad or something. I don't really get it as there are all kinds of plants blooming around here starting about now.
Mish, fruit trees make a mess and can be tricky for maintenance to deal with. I know places in Hawaii where the roads become orange and slick, and then fermented, during mango season.

Rider, the UA campus is full of rare citrus. A prof many moons ago did a bunch of experimental plantings.
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Post by rider5 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 7:22 pm

That's two things I need to do now. One, find the exotic citrus on Campus, and two, find chiltepines growing in the wild.

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In season? There is still snow on the ground.

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rider5 wrote:
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That's two things I need to do now. One, find the exotic citrus on Campus, and two, find chiltepines growing in the wild.
There's part of the forest south of Tucson that is a chile home range. Supposedly, that's the place. There's also some growing on campus. If you want plant info for campus I know somebody who knows where every plant is located.
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Post by mishmish » Mon Mar 12, 2018 9:10 pm

rider5 wrote:
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There are a lot of Seville orange trees in common areas growing in Tucson. Also some of the olive trees are fertile in the U of A campus area. They must have been planted before the ban on olive trees in the Tucson area. I guess the pollen is bad or something. I don't really get it as there are all kinds of plants blooming around here starting about now.
There apparently is such a thing as an allergy specifically to olive pollen. I know an olive farmer who has this. It's not deadly or anything, just gives her hay fever for about a month. Seems extreme to ban them for that. Mind you, those trees produce really crazy amounts of pollen. Pollen sweeping on the porch beneath part of one of our kalamata trees fills literally buckets

I did not know that those oranges are called Seville oranges :shock: Now that I know the name I also see all sorts of interesting stuff to make with them. Niiice. Their fragrance is luscious. They do make a mess as they fall off the trees I suppose. Personally, I'll take the mess.

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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by Higgs Bossom » Mon Mar 12, 2018 11:08 pm

Sweet potatoes, strawberries, artichokes & crawfish.

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leela wrote:
Mon Mar 12, 2018 2:45 pm
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All you jerks with fresh lemons and mangoes and raspberries and oranges are going to get foed pretty soon.

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Post by northern_goddess » Mon Mar 12, 2018 11:19 pm

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Re: What's in season where you are?

Post by mishmish » Tue Mar 13, 2018 7:01 am

Ya, seasonal mango deficiency is just inexcusable. :mrgreen:

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Post by NorthAmerican » Tue Mar 13, 2018 8:10 pm

I'm back to report that there's still nothing in season, that the temperature right now (3 p.m. Central Daylight Time) is 29F (-1.66C), and it's snowing.
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