In most of the U.S., strawberries are an early- to late-spring crop. But some growers also plant “everbearing” varieties that produce fruit well into summer. Those secondary crops are beginning to show up in farmers’ markets now. (Of course, you’ll find strawberries from Mexico, Florida and California in grocery stores nearly year-round.)
If you’re fortunate enough to find these sweet red beauties in your local markets, then you’ll want to find special ways to enjoy them, while they last. Looking for some fun strawberry recipe ideas? Check out my new post on the Foodily blog—Sweet and Seasonal: Strawberries All Summer Long.