Saturday, 2 November 2013

What's In Season - During November

During November the following fruits and vegetables are available in the local markets.


Apple (elma)
Aubergine (patlıcan)
Bananas (muz)
Beetroot (pancar)
Bell pepper (dolmalık bibier)
Borlotti bean (barbunya pilaci)
Cabbage, white and red (lahana)
Carrot (havuç)
Cauliflower (kamıbahar)
Celeriac (kereviz)
Chard (pazı)
Chestnuts (kestane)
Courgette (kabak)
Cucumber (salatalık/hıyar)
Dill leaves (dereotou)
Eggplant (patlıcan)
Fig (incir)
Garlic (sarımsak)
Gherkin (acur or kornişon)
Green pepper (yeşil biber)
Hot pepper (açı biber)
Kale (kıvırcık lahana)
Leek (pırasa)
Lemon (limon)
Lettuce (yeşil salata)
Mandarin (mandalina)
Mint (nane)
Mushroom (manta)
Okras (bamya)
Onion (soğan)
Oyster Mushroom (çıg mantarı)
Parsley (maydonaz)
Peanuts (yerfıstığı)
Pear (armut)
Pomegranates (nar)
Potato (patates)
Pumpkin (balkabağı)
Quince (ayva)
Red pepper (kırmızıbiber)
Red Pine Mushroom (cıntar mantarı)
Rocket (roka)
Squash (balkabağı)
Tomato (domates)
Turnip (şalgam) there are two main types one round, about the size of a cricket ball with black skin and one with very white skin and about 1/2 foot long and shaped like a carrot but at least 3 times as thick
Walnuts (ceviz)

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