From what's in season to your everyday favorites, Food Lion brings you only the best. The crispest apples, the ripest bananas and the brightest berries. We work hard to ensure that our produce is inspected carefully and rotated regularly delivering the freshest produce to your home.
Apricots tend to have yellow to orange skin and develop a red tint on the side exposed to the sun. Smooth and velvety to the touch, the skin covers a firm dense flesh that is both sweet and tart.
A cross between apricots and plums, pluots skin colors vary from orange to green tints to dark black. The flesh can be orange, yellow, red and pink.
Rich in antioxidants, plums have a firm, slightly tart skin with a juicy flesh. The skin may be speckled red or almost black and the flesh can be amber or deep red.
White peaches are refreshing and sweet. The flesh is white and may contain red traces close to the pit. White peaches are distinguishable by their red tint and creamy background color.
Naturally fat free, you can count on yellow peaches ranging in color from light orange to deep red and having a sweet flavor with fuzzy skin.
Yellow Nectarines have a smooth skin and are sweet and tangy. The skin is a deep orange to dark red and the flesh is yellowish orange. As they ripen they get juicier and sweeter.
White Nectarines are less tangy than yellow nectarines, but are just as sweet. The skin is light pink or deep maroon and the flesh is bright white with traces of pink near the pit.
Red Seedless Watermelons contain very few seeds. Additionally, the seeds inside are small, immature and edible.
The best cantaloupes have rough yellow skins with a raised netting pattern. The flesh should be bright orange full of cream-colored seeds.
Strawberries are very succulent fruit that is bright red in color, and loved for its juicy texture and sweetness. Strawberries are a delicious food compliment or main feature.
Cut the tomatillos into quarters. Heat the oil in a large heavy sauté pan over medium high heat and in it sauté the onions for a few minutes and then add the tomatillos, garlic, and jalapenos. Sauté until the onions and garlic begin to brown. Reduce heat to low and sprinkle the cumin and chili powder over the pan. Stir in the tomato sauce and bring to a simmer. Remove from heat. Cool. Place in a blender or food processor with the watermelon and puree. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
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