Now In Season: Summer in Aspen

By Edible Aspen / Photography By Carole Topalian | June 15, 2016
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Summer Squash Summer 2016
Squash blossoms are produced by summer and winter varieties from early summer through late fall. These edible flowers have a mild flavor that tastes like young zucchini. The blossoms are highly perishable and can be eaten raw or stuffed and cooked.

June


Fava Beans • Strawberries • Cilantro • Parsley • Dill • Basil • Salad Greens • Kale • Chard • Head Lettuce • Baby Onions • Carrots • Beets • Spring Turnips • Baby Vegetables • Peas (Shell, Sugar Snap, Snow)

July


Squash Blossoms • New Potatoes • Cucumbers • Eggplant • Tomatoes • Green Beans • Fava Beans • Scallions • Summer Squash • Cherries • Apricots • Peaches • Garlic • Peas (Shell, Sugar Snap, Snow) • Asian Braising Greens • Kale • Chard • Collards • Cabbage • Beets • Carrots • Jalapeños • Leeks • Corn

August


Raspberries • Blackberries • Peaches • Apples • Pears • Nectarines • Plums • Squash Blossoms • New Potatoes • Cucumbers • Summer Squash • Eggplant • Tomatoes • Green Beans • Garlic • Asian Braising Greens • Kale • Chard • Collards • Jalapeños • Corn • Hot Chilies • Sweet Peppers • Okra • Leeks • Watermelon • Broccoli • Cauliflower • Basil • Thyme • Rosemary • Sage • Parsley • Onions • Beets • Carrots • Ground Cherries • Edamame

Article from Edible Aspen at http://edibleaspen.ediblecommunities.com/recipes/whats-in-season-summer-produce-fruits
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