The peach is a classic sign of summer, a member of the rose family, it has its origins in China. Unfortunately for us, this year’s hard freeze in February destroyed nearly 99% of the peach crop in north and north central NM according to the Sustainable Agriculture Center in Alcalde. If you find local peaches this year—celebrate!

VEGGIES

Arugula

Asparagus

Beans (purple, wax, green, string, snap, snow)

Beets

Bok Choy

Broccoli

Cabbage

Carrots

Cauliflower

Corn

Dandelion

Eggplant

Japanese Mustard

Garlic

Green Chile

Greens

Herbs Galore

Kale

Lettuces

Mushrooms

Mustard Greens

Nopales

Peppers (a rainbow!)

Potatoes

Pumpkins

Quelites

Radishes

Red Chile

Salad Greens

Shishito Peppers

Spinach

Sprouts & Microgreens

Sugar Snap Peas

Summer Squash

Sweet Potatoes

Swiss Chard

Tomatoes

Tomatillos

Turnips

Zucchini

FRUIT

Apples

Apricots

Blackberries

Chokecherries

Elderberries

Grapes

Jujubes

Melons

Nectarines

Peaches

Pears

Plums

Prickly Pears

Raspberries

Rhubarb

Watermelons

OTHER

Goat Cheeses and Milk

Beef, Bison, Pork, Yak,

Chicken, Ducks

Chicken, Duck and

Turkey Eggs

Jam

Pecans, Pinon, Pistachios

Chicos, Dried Beans,

Cornmeal

Chile Powders, Dried

Chiles, Ristras

Teas

Baked Goods

Honey and Jams

Chutneys, Mustards and

Salsas

Houseplants

Bedding Plants

Lavender Plants

Body Care Products

Herbal Medicinals

Lavender Sachets

Smudge Sticks

Willow Baskets &

Furniture

 

 


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Edible celebrates New Mexico's food culture, season by season. We believe that knowing where our food comes from is a powerful thing. With our high-quality, aesthetically pleasing and informative publication, we inspire readers to support and celebrate the growers, producers, chefs, beverage and food artisans, and other food professionals in our community.
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