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8 Ball Squash Aleppo Chiles Anaheim Chiles
Anaheim Chile
Our Price: $19.99
These squash are round with an attractive shiny, speckled dark exterior. The pepper’s flavor has sweet overtones and its heat builds on the palate Anaheim (pronounced AN-uh-hym) Chile Peppers are among the most popular and commonly available chiles in the United States.
Armenian Cucumbers Arugula Asian Essentials
The Armenian cucumber is regarded as one of the best slicing cucumber varieties available in the marketplace today
Since the days of the ancient Romans, Arugula (also known as rocket, rugula and rucola) has long been favored as a peppery, mustard-like, salad herb. Six varieties of Asian vegetables, each in a convenient 1 lb. clamshell! These containers are brimming with 100% useable product.
Assorted Pearl Onions Australian Black Truffles Aztec Sweet Red Pepper
Gold Pearls are the most aromatic and pungent of the three, best for cooking whole.
Having the same robust flavor and aroma as the Italian Black Winter and French Perigord, the Australian Black Truffle was developed from actual spores of the French Perigord truffle. It is the perfect stuffing pepper, use it raw in salads for an added color and when sautéed, this pepper will absorb the flavors.
Baby Bok Choy Baby Broccoli Baby Brussels Sprouts
Baby Bok Choy
Our Price: $21.99
Baby Brussels Sprouts
Our Price: $12.29
It is a versatile vegetable which is delicious in soups and stir-fry, braised whole or sautéed. Melissa’s Baby Broccoli is a cross between broccoli and Gai Lan, also known as Chinese Broccoli. Baby Brussels Sprouts are great when lightly steamed and served as a healthy side dish. They are grown in Holland.
Baby Brussels Sprouts (Flow Wrapped Package) Baby Candy Cane Beets Baby Cauliflower
Tasting similar to regular cabbage, these darling fresh nutty-flavored sprouts have a solid and dense texture. Melissa’s Baby Candy Cane Beets are about the size of a golf ball with a lush foot of rich green tops, named because of the “candy cane” stripes found when you cut the beets in half. Baby cauliflower is smaller and much easier to prepare than the mature larger size cauliflower.