Ingredients can make or break a meal. Here are our favorites from the West's best farms.
So they pick on into December (compared with October in the East and Midwest), flooding their fields and turning them into floating red carpets of berries waiting to be skimmed off the surface. "When we first started harvesting late, people thought we were crazy," Mary says. "But the berries do taste different. It's like a ripe peach versus and partly green peach. There's not any comparison."
$2/lb.; capeblancocranberries.com; ships frozen in U.S.