Tuesday, November 2, 2010

November Edition What's in Season

  • Apples
  • Artichokes
  • avocado
  • beets
  • bok choy
  • broccoli
  • brussels sprouts
  • cabbage
  • carrots
  • celery
  • chard
  • chestnuts
  • cranberries
  • daikon
  • fennel
  • guava
  • kiwi
  • kumquat
  • lemons
  • orange
  • pears
  • persimmons
  • pomegranate
  • potato
  • quince
  • rutabaga
  • squash, winter
  • sunchoke 
Sunchoke? What is that.... I guess this will require a little bit of research?!?

Gotta Run,


Aisha said...

Its the tube of the Jerusalem artichoke you can read up on it here:

it looks like a sunflower ir sunchoke

thanks for sharing the seasonal list

faerwillow said...

~good morning...thank you for sharing the fruits of the season...we have been savoring pears these days...mmmmmmm...wishing you a wonderful day ahead...warm wishes and brightest blessings~

Wendy said...

To expound a little further on Aisha's explanation, sunchokes are a bit like potatoes in the way you prepare them. They're incredibly invasive perennials (which when it's food is not a bad thing ;). The roots (the part you eat) can be left in the ground over winter, and they will spread in the spring, but they can also be left in the ground until spring and then eaten as an early spring food.

The little patch we planted two years ago has really expanded, and this year, some of the flower stalks were more than 10' tall. It was pretty incredible.