Saturday, 12 January 2013

What's In Season - During January

During January the following fruits and vegetables are available in the local markets:
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Apple (elma)
Aubergine (patlıcan)
Bananas (muz)
Beetroot (pancar)
Bell pepper (dolmalık bibier)

Black Zebra Tomatoes (Black Zebra domates) (see photo)
Borlotti bean (barbunya pilaci)
Cabbage, white and red (lahana)
Carrot (havuç)
Cauliflower (kamıbahar)

Celeriac (kereviz)
Chard (pazı) - (see photo)
Chestnuts (kestane)
Courgette (kabak)
Cucumber (salatalık/hıyar)
Eggplant (patlıcan)
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)

Oranges (portakal) these are large, juicy and very sweet this month
Parsley (maydonaz)
Peanut (yerfıstığı)
Pear (armut)
Pomegranates (nar)
Potato (patates)

Pumpkin (balkabağı) - (see photo) 
Quince (ayva)
Red pepper (kırmızıbiber)
Rocket (roka)

Romanesco Cauliflower (Romanesco kamıbahar)
Squash (balkabağı) -
Tomato (domates)
Turnip (şalgam) there are white, black and pink skinned varieties around at the moment and are often sold as mixed.  The pink skinned ones are also often referred to as radish.
Walnuts (ceviz)

2 comments:

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    1. Thank you liz for your comments, I am so pleased to hear that you found this post helpful.

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