Thick-skinned with sweet, juicy centers, muscadine grapes are nature’s candy. Read more.
This fruit’s subtle coconut flavor makes it a perfect addition to summer cocktails. Read more.
Whether in Fourth of July potato salad or breakfast hash, the German Butterball is a summer favorite. Read more.
For an ideal companion to seafood, try this salty, seaside succulent. Read more.
Whether you’re baking muffins or whirling a summer smoothie, don’t miss an opportunity to use the season’s berry best. Read more.
This Appalachian tradition is the ultimate way to preserve a late-summer green-bean haul. Read more.
These versatile trees offer more than just wood for the barbecue pit. Read more.
One taste of an Ashe County pimento, and you may shun watery bell peppers for good. Read more.
Tender and sweet, this okra variety is a late-summer stunner. Read more.
This undersized watermelon isn’t short on flavor. Read more.
The secret flavor of the South’s sweetest tomato. Read more.
Celebrate summer in the South with the crown jewel of the corn family. Read more.
Grow it and treat it right, and cantaloupe may become your favorite bite of the season. Read more.
Get to know the perfect pepper for anyone who doesn’t like the heat. Read more.
Cobble together a tempting dessert with early summer blackberries. Read more.
Pink-eyed purple-hulls might be the fairest field pea of them all. Read more.
Put a spell on eggplant skeptics with this petite crowd-pleaser. Read more.
A ready-made summer snack, the black cherry tomato delivers complex flavor right off the vine. Read more.
Toss creamy butter beans with olive oil and lemon zest for an easy picnic side. Read more.
You won’t find this gem at the supermarket, but a little searching will bear fruit. Read more.
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