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Taro cakes are rather starchy and go well with more strongly-flavored dishes. A common type of dim sum.
Mayflower Restaurant, Union City, California


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Sapporo, Japan
Street vendor selling fruit. A great variety of tasty prepared dishes and ingredients are available from street vendors.
Seoul, Korea
Burger and fries. We had to have a picture of burger and fries, but near the oceans one should really be eating seafood.
Oregon coast.
Dungeness crab, the main variety of crab on the U.S. Pacific coast and popular at tourist attractions like San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf. Most often served cold, but there are excellent Oriental preparations with garlic.
California
Pears. This is the Apple Hill region in the foothills of the eastern California mountains, south and west of Lake Tahoe. Apple orchards and farm stands entertain visitors through autumn.
Placerville, California
Onions. This is from the Apple Hill region of California in the foothills of the eastern mountains, south and west of Lake Tahoe. Nearby Placerville is called Hangtown, home of the Hangtown fry.
Placerville, California
Avocado, one of the many varieties in Hawaii not generally available on the mainland U.S. This Sherwill is large, about 7 inches (18cm) long. Delicious.
Kailua-Kona, Big Island, Hawaii.
Squash.Ornamental varieties of squash are sometimes not only edible, but quite tasty. Here's a tutorial. Cut squash using a clever and a rubber hammer, tapping persistently.
Half Moon Bay, California.
Squash. Ornamental varieties of squash are sometimes not only edible, but quite tasty. It's worth looking up on the Net.
Half Moon Bay, California.
Squash.Ornamental varieties of squash are sometimes not only edible, but quite tasty. It's worth looking up on the Net.
Half Moon Bay, California.
Squash.Ornamental varieties of squash are sometimes not only edible, but quite tasty. It's worth looking up on the Net.
Half Moon Bay, California.
Turban squash. Interestingly, some like it cooked and others do not.
Half Moon Bay, California.
Lemons originated in Northern India, but they have gotten around. This site provides lemon recipes from over thirty cuisines.
California.
Tomatoes. These were good. Other varieties are designed to withstand being piled six feet deep in harvesting truck. Taste is not necessarily their main virtue.
Farmington, in California's central valley.
Farm stand, tomatoes and peaches. Never refrigerate tomatoes, but peaches can be refrigerated after they are ripe.
Farmington, in California's central valley.
Persimmons. A trick for taking the pucker out of persimmons is freeze then thaw them.
California.
Oranges. Oranges are not naturally day-glo, they are died. There is nothing wrong is you see them tinged with green. Oranges in warm climates stay green outside, but fruit is orange and just as good.
Marina Foods, Union City, California.
pomelo. A pomelo is similar to a grapefruit,but larger and with a thicker skin the fruit is usually sweeter than a grapefruit, but harder to get at. They are common in Asian markets.
Marina Foods, Union City, California.
Watermelon.
Marina Foods, Union City, California.
Dried fish.
Oakland Chinatown, California.
Dried fish.
Oakland Chinatown, California.
Dried fish and dried plums.
Oakland Chinatown, California.
Tangerines.
California
Fried tofu. Frying tempers the positive health properties of tofu. This may be helpful in transitioning off a diet of burger and fries.
Oakland Chinatown, California.
Bananas.
Oakland Chinatown, California.
Grapefruit.
Oakland Chinatown, California.
Daikon, dirty. All root vegtables start out dirty.
Oakland Chinatown, California.
Jalapeno peppers.
Oakland Chinatown, California.
Arrowhead bulbs. Test after exclamation point.
Oakland Chinatown, California.
 


 
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