Firm and heavy for its size, turban squash is a striking bright orange, trimmed in a dark ivy green color. Bake, roast, steam, sautee, or puree this squash.
Resembling a Chinese lantern, the gooseberry is wrapped in a thin, papery, inflated skin. These very tart, piquant fruits turn from a pale green to an amber or gold color as they ripen and offer a flavor similar to a gooseberry or a tart green grape.
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Eureka lemons have a peak season in late winter through early spring, and are usually available year-round.
The Eureka lemons used as the standard commercial lemon variety for its consistent flavor, firm texture, high oil content and nearly year-round growing season.
The Eureka lemon variety has classic, bright yellow skin with yellow flesh, thick, white pith, and contains few seeds. The fruit has a medium-thick, firm rind and skin, with very tart juice and a fragrant, oily peel. The pronounced, blossom-end knob is characteristic of the Eureka.
As the common lemon variety, Eureka lemons may be used in any recipe, from beverages to marmalade, in pies and vinaigrettes. They may be substituted for almost any other lemon variety because of their tart acidity, balance, and high oil content. Zest and juice for cocktails, preserve wedges in salt or use to flavor salts, syrups and marinades. Pair with oils, other citrus, poultry and seafood, baked goods, tea, or fresh fruits and vegetables. Keep refrigerated until ready to use, up to one month.
Recipes that include Eureka Lemons. One is easiest, three is harder.
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