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In Season Archive

December 10, 2007

This week marks Hanukkah, the Jewish holiday that commemorates the miracle of a day’s worth of oil used to keep Temple lights burning for eight by feasting on a variety of fried foods, most notably potato latkes.

November 22, 2010
Butternut Squash

Winter squash can be intimidating. But the butternut, with its sweet, rich, deep-orange flesh, is actually easy to peel.

December 17, 2007

For many, there are few kitchen chores as dreaded as extracting the juicy, jewel-like seeds from a pomegranate.

November 15, 2010

Larger than a chicken, a little smaller than a turkey, but with more flavor and moisture than either, the capon is a French and Italian holiday favorite.

December 12, 2005
Northern Spy Apples

A late bloomer and a bit of a recluse, the Northern Spy is considered a winter apple, ready for picking in October or November.

November 19, 2007

Revered in France and especially Italy for its slightly bitter and herby flavor, the cardoon has only recently begun to make a name for itself on local menus.

November 26, 2007
Leftover Turkey

No Thanksgiving is complete without a turkey sandwich cobbled together long after the last relative has toddled out the door.

April 18, 2011
Flounder Roe

While shad roe gets all the glory this time of year there is another option.

February 12, 2007
Cara Cara Oranges

According to Mitch Spitz of Brooklyn’s gourmet produce store the Orchard, cara cara oranges in particular “were not affected that badly” by the big West Coast freeze. And although prices have increased, the supply around town is good.

May 21, 2012

The bluefish is much maligned by detractors for tasting “fishy,” but taste is subjective.

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