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  • Seasonal Produce

    From L.A. Magazine‘s November issue:

    • Apples: August – November
    • Apricots: May – June
    • Artichokes: February – May, September – November
    • Asparagus: February – May
    • Beets: April – November
    • Blackberries: May – September
    • Blood Oranges: January – February
    • Blueberries: June – August
    • Bok Choy: December – January
    • Cabbage: October – May
    • Celery Root: September – May
    • Cherries: May – July
    • Collards: January – April
    • Corn: May – October
    • Cucumbers: June – September
    • Dates: August – May
    • Eggplant: June – October
    • Fava Beans: May – October
    • Fennel: January – July
    • Figs: June – September
    • Garlic: March – November
    • Grapefruit: December – May
    • Grapes: June – September
    • Heirloom Tomatoes: July – September
    • Kiwifruit: November – March
    • Leeks: November – April
    • Melons: May – September
    • Meyer Lemons: October – March
    • Nectarines: June – September
    • Onions: January – September
    • Peaches: May – September
    • Pears: July – January
    • Persimmons: September – November
    • Plums: July – September
    • Pomegranates: September – November
    • Raspberries: February, May – October
    • Rhubarb: January – May
    • Squash: May – January
    • Sunchokes: November – March
    • Yams: September – December

    Obviously, you can find most of these items in your supermarket year-round, but now you’ll know what to expect if you hit your local farmer’s market.

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