As many locavores might agree, living the seasons by what is seasonally available makes for a lot of excitement when the harvest of certain produce arrives. With cherries comes the knowledge that the heart of summer has arrived and plenty of pit spitting at the beach! Cherries have a short growing season with the peak of it falling at the height of summer.
Asparagus officinallis is one of the first crops that sprouts every year and is prided for its distinct taste and texture. For those ingrained in a local Michigan diet, asparagus is the first sign of a diverse abundance of fresh produce returning to the market.