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News For Week of September 29, 2014

HOW TO PICK FALL POMEGRANATES (Monday, September 29): You know it's fall when you walk down the Produce Aisle and you start seeing some fall Produce Items. One of the first ones you see in September is this right here: The beautiful Pomegranate. Holy Toledo, these have become so popular the past few years, haven't they? They're extremely healthy for you, that Pomegranate juice inside. So Pomegranates, how do you pick out a good Pomegranate?

News For Week of September 22, 2014

KEEP APPLES ICE‑COLD (MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22):  Well, happy first day of autumn. That's right, begins today. So autumn starts with the letter A. What else should I talk about? I have my Apple shirt on. Of course, I should talk about Apples. Apples mean autumn. If it's autumn that means it's Apples, and we start seeing New Crop Apples from virtually every state in the Union, beautiful Apples. So I told you there

News For Week of September 15, 2014

AUSTRALIAN NAVAL ORANGES (MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15): G'day mate. Hey, where are they coming from? All the way from Australia. What am I talking about? Naval Oranges. That's right, Naval Oranges. You know it started actually about 15 years ago when California had a huge freeze right at Christmastime, whipped out 80 percent of their Naval Orange crop. So importers started importing Naval Oranges from Spain, and they realized

News For Week of September 8, 2014

COLORFUL CAULIFLOWER (MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8):  Would you take a look at that? Somebody took a crayon to my Cauliflower. Oh my goodness, this is Colored Cauliflower. You know Star Trek began this week. Oh, what was it? 1966, I love Star Trek. This looks like something you'd find on Star Trek, these colored things. Actually, these were developed ‑‑ the green one was actually developed in Holland, and they did it for a

News For Week of September 1, 2014

PERFECT STRAWBERRIES FOR WAFFLES (Monday, September 1): This week it happens to be National Waffle Week. Oh, the Marks brothers love their waffles, and what do they top them with? Well they like a little maple syrup, but they also like some sliced Strawberries that I will slice up for them. Take a look at these gorgeous Strawberries, oh my goodness. Probably one of the first things you're going to notice is they're a little bit smaller. Yeah, they tend to be a little bit sma

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