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From nectarines to mustard greens, the Seasonal Food Guide app lets food lovers quickly see which produce is in season at any time in all 50 US states.
Above the pool there’s a network of more buckets, shopping carts planted with strawberries, a system of compost bins, beds of kale and oxalis, a nectarine tree growing in a layer of 18 inches of soil above concrete.
In the modern suburb of Sala Al Jadida outside of Rabat one afternoon, a shopper walks away from a street-side vegetable and fruit stand with five plastic bags filled with pears, apples, nectarines, peaches, and plums.
On the ground floor, there’s a stylish lobby with a lounge, bar, and a two-wing restaurant that serves up three meals a day with such memorable dishes as la planche sea bass with nectarines and almonds and black mullet with passion fruit.
The area from Central Pennsylvania down to the Shenandoah Valley provides an enormous variety of nectarines, peaches, apples and pears.
Try using any type of stone fruit (including cherries) in place of, or in addition to, the nectarines.
Peaches or nectarines are a good substitute for cantaloupe.
In place of refined sugar, enjoy the bounty of summer’s fruits: Combine what’s left of the berries with sugar plums, peaches, and nectarines.
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