People in developed countries are spoiled when it comes to the availability and variety of food they have access to; especially so in and around urban centers. Because our food supply chain is so globalized, most people don’t think of when a produce is in season. The fact that I can make fresh guacamole in New York in the dead of winter is at most a small miracle and at the very least a logistical triumph. But still, there are some products that remain elusively seasonal.
One of my favorites is the kumquat. Read More