The quenapa, or Spanish lime, will be in season starting in the spring. The season lasts throughout the summer and into the fall, depending on the cultivator. More »

An easy way to determine seasonal fruit choices is for customers to shop at local farmers' markets. In warmer climates, some farmers' markets are open year-round. Several websites, such as Nourish Interactive, Sustainabl... More »

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FruitsAndVeggiesMoreMatters.org and NourishInteractive.com are websites that help you determine which fresh fruit is in season. Both sites have lists of fruits that are in season at different times of the year, and Fruit... More »

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According to The Big Feed, crispy seaweed is made from cabbage or spring greens. Abel & Cole point out that kale is sometimes used as well. In any case, seaweed is not an ingredient of the dish. More »

The exact origins of chow chow relish are unknown, although a prominent theory is that it originated as a use for vegetables at the end of the season in the American South. As evidenced by a South Carolina recipe book, t... More »

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"Onion snow" refers to the last snowfall of the winter season and is said to mark the beginning of spring. It received its name because onions are planted in early spring, and the later snow fall covers them, providing s... More »

Tulips bloom at different times throughout the spring growing season. Some tulips bloom as early as April, other tulips bloom in May, and the latest tulips bloom in June. More »