Eating the skin of a citrus fruit is unfathomable for some people because almost every citrus fruit has to be peeled with the fruit of our efforts in the sweet flesh. But a kumquat (a tiny citrus fruit about the size of an olive) is different in that the skin is sweet and the flesh is sour. Ideal for jams and marmalade, kumquats provide the perfect ying and yang when it comes to making a fruit spread for our toast or bagels, but have never really caught the public’s attention like the Mandarin, Honey Bell, Navel, or Sumo. Read more
Mother Nature’s juiciest apricot.
Angelcots® are a new variety of apricots that are juicier, sweeter, and more flavorful than the traditional apricot. Grown in northern California, Angelcots® are an early season variety available from the end of June through July. What sets this new kid on the block apart from other apricots is the sugar content, which is 18-24% compared to regular apricots that have 12-14%, and a juicy texture that makes them positively addicting. Read more