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  • Image of Watermelon Radishes
    Melissa's Produce

    Veggies from the Garden to your Table

    August 2021
    Watermelon radish (Raphanus sativus) is an heirloom variety of daikon. The name radish is derived from the Latin word radix which means root. Radishes are believed to have originated in Southeast Asia. 
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  • Image of Hatch Valley Sweet Onions
    Melissa's Produce

    From Spring to Summer Picks

    June 2021
    These sweet onions are grown in the magic soil of Hatch Valley — the same ground that grows your favorite Hatch peppers! Enjoy these sweet and crunchy, juicy onions raw sliced thin in sandwiches and salads, or dice them up and cook in savory omelets, comforting casseroles, or any dish that calls for onion.
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  • Black-Eyed Peas
    Melissa's Produce

    Veggies for Winter Festivities

    December 2020
    This “New Year’s” ingredient is a must-have! Superstition rates them as the #1 ingredient to bring good luck into the New Year. These small, beige-colored peas are commonly referred to as “cowpeas”. 
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  • Steamed Blackeyed Peas
    Melissa's Produce

    Melissa’s Season’s Fresh Veggies

    November 2020
    Get ready for New Year's with this traditional legume made easy! These small beige-colored peas get their name because of the black spot on each pea, looking like an eye. 
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  • Hatch Sweet Onions
    Melissa's Produce

    From Spring to Summer...

    June 2020
    New Mexico brings us some of the best tasting produce ever!  These sweet onions are grown in the magic soil of Hatch Valley, making them the sweetest onions around!
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  • Steamed Blackeyed Peas
    Melissa's Produce

    What’s Cooking this Month?

    November 2019
    These small beige colored peas get their name because of the black spot on each pea, looking like an eye. They were believed to have originated in North Africa where they were a staple food for Greeks and Romans. Many years later, they appeared in the “New World,” possibly brought in by Spanish explorers. 
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