Reine Claude plums are little green fruits, no larger than a marchmallow.
Most plum varieties are perfect just washed and eaten raw.
Peak season for plums in August and September.
These little green fruits, no larger than a marshmallow, are delicious.
The Reine Claude Dorée have characteristic golden to red hues and honeyed syrupy flesh.
Reine Claude from Moissac benefit from their well known-label.
Reine Claude Bavay is a late variety with yellow to greenish fruits with juicy flesh.
The name Reine Claude was given in honor of Queen Claude, wife of Francis I.
Globe artichokes have been grown in Brittany since 1810. It's one of the popular thistle vegetables of Mediterranean origin.
Camus artichokes has a fleshy head and tightly packed leaves which hide a tender, tasty heart.
Castel Artichoke has a fairly bright green colour. It is appreciated for its large and very fleshy heart with a texture that is softer than Camus.
Globe artichoke are easy to prepare.. Break off the stem by hand to remove the strands found around the bottom of the artichoke.
Cooking a whole head will take 30 minutes in boiling water.
DARWIN proposes you another green globe artichoke at the beginning of the spring season. It is called Calico artichokes.
A newcomer in the range: The Cardinal artichoke is a globe purple artichoke .