Fresh produce is never hard to find in Cuba.
From Dr. Weil in Cuba
Organic cantaloupes grown at the Hacienda del Sol in Tucson, Arizona
From Filming at Hacienda del Sol
Organic, local produce in Phoenix!
From Balsamic Vinegar in Italy
From Juice Bar (Newport True Food Kitchen)
Juice Bar Produce
Fresh Cucumber and Melon Water
Juice bar produce: Mangoes, lemons, grapefruits, apples, watermelons...
From Newport Beach TFK Opening
Fresh cucumber and melon water.
Juice bar, well stocked with fruits and vegetables!
Fresh, local, organic produce.
Organic citrus fruits - just coming into season!
From McClendon's Select Organic Produce in Phoenix
An organic apple a day keeps the doctor away (even Dr. Weil!)
Quince, up close.
Bob McClendon, owner of McClendon's Select Produce of Peoria, Arizona, 12/10/08
Leafy greens like arugula, kale and cabbage are among the healthiest additions you can make to your diet.
Marvelous sweet potatoes - baked, these can serve as the basis of a meal.
Root veggies galore!
Squash, picked small for better texture and flavor.
Even in a down economy, there are always lines at McClendon's registers.
String beans, Brussels sprouts and sweet peppers at McClendon's.
For those with a taste for the exotic - quince!
Red onions, local and organic.
Fresh carrots, with tops.
Organic, local produce in Phoenix! Here are some fantastic turnips, wonderful to eat raw or cooked.
Organic, local turnips!
Fresh, organic garlic.
Organic, local produce in Phoenix: beautiful chard and assorted greens.
Lovely French radishes.
Mizuna: A peppery Asian green, also known as kyona, Japanese mustard and California peppergrass.
From My Organic Vegetable Garden in Arizona
My organic vegetable garden in Ariz. The garden is enclosed by chicken wire year round, and an additional covering of plastic in the winter. This keeps out desert animals, and holds in heat in the winter.
Lettuce is one of my favorites.
Even more lettuce!
Brussels sprouts grow sweeter when the weather cools.
Onions - I love the small, pearl varieties.
I like to grow carrots in many colors.
At the height of the season!
A sweet red pepper, drying on the vine.
A bumper crop of mostly heirloom varieties.
This green cantaloupe needs about another month.
Chard is a wonderful vegetable for beginning gardeners; very easy to grow.