top of page
  • Writer's pictureArmistead Gardens School

January 22: This week's harvest

Here's what you'll be getting this week: Pink Lady apples

Minneola tangelo oranges


1/2 lb Roma tomatoes

1 lb Green beans


6oz Bags of radishes

Organic hydroponic lettuce

Replacement Items


6oz Portobello mushrooms

1 lb Organic Brussels sprouts

Comice pears


Flash Sale Items




En Español:

Productos en la Bolsa

Manzanas Pink Lady

Naranjas Minneola tangelo


250g Tomates Roma

½ kg Ejotes


6oz Bolsas de rábanos

Lechuga biologica

Productos Intercambiables


6oz Hongos Portobellos

½ kg Coles de Bruselas biológicas

Peras Comice


Productos de Venta Rapida Aguacates




What on earth is a Minneola Tangelo Orange, and what do I do with it?

What it is:  Tangelos are a hybrid fruit, created by natural cross-breeding between a Dancy tangerine and a variety of grapefruit called a pomelo.  There are several varieties of tangelos, and Minneola is one of them.

How it tastes:  Tangelos are sweet with an intense tangerine-y flavor, but they also have some of the tart & tangy flavors of a grapefruit.

Health benefits:  Similar to other citrus, Minneola’s are an excellent source of Vitamin C, folate, and potassium.

Storage tips: You can store these in your fruit bowl for up to 10 days, or refrigerate them if you’d like to keep them around longer (up to 3 - 4 weeks).  They will be sweeter and juicier the fresher they are. So we suggest eating them as soon as you can.

How to eat:  Minneola’s are seedless and easy to peel!  So they’re great for snacking out-of-hand. You can also peel and add to salads, salsas, etc.


Really Yummy Recipes

Grab some: Cabbage and Radishes and Apple

Make some: Healthier Coleslaw

Grab some: Cauliflower and Zucchini

Make some: Zucchini Cauliflower Tots

Grab some: Portobello Mushrooms and Roma Tomatoes

Make some: Portobello Mushroom Bruschetta

12 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All
bottom of page