|In Season Sweet Eats - Corn & Berries
Across Wisconsin fruits and vegetables are ready to leave the farmer’s fork and meet the fork on your plate. This time of the year is a perfect opportunity to make this fork to fork connection to appreciate and understand the process and to explore the array of products available.
“I’d encourage all consumers across the state to taste Wisconsin. Our state has a wonderful diversity of agricultural products available now and into the fall,” comments Cheryl O’Brien, 62nd Alice in Dairyland. “Buying Wisconsin grown products helps support our local farmers, producers, communities, economies, and all Wisconsin agriculture.”
Wisconsin sweet corn ears are now available across the state in roadside stands, farmers’ markets, at u-pick spots and grocery stores. Grown all across the state, choosing this Wisconsin product is a great local buy. When selecting, make sure the husks are bright green and have well-filled ears with plump kernels.
Another sweet treat to enjoy this season are the berries that are ripening on the briars and vines. Blackberries and raspberries that are ripe come off the cane very easily; plus, the darker the blueberry the sweeter it is. Wisconsin is also home to thousands of cherries dotting trees across Door County and unique berries like gooseberries and currants.
Remember that not only are berries and sweet corn great fresh, but many of them are also used by local crafters for jams, sauces, ciders, dips and other products that are available year round. No matter how you like to enjoy them, be sure to choose Wisconsin products and search here for the sweetest tastes in season!
where to buy abortion pill abortion pill
abortion pill online purchase