Eating locally in Arizona is a tasty proposition. Chiles, dates, and citrus all grow in abundance. Find great local food in Arizona with this guide to farmers markets, seasonal produce, food festivals, and more.
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From rich dates to insanely sweet oranges and wonderfully flavorful chiles, find what's in season when in Arizona.
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Chiles—whether fresh or dried—are an important part of both traditional and contemporary Arizona local eating. We have tons of info about chiles, including guides to fresh chiles and dried chiles, not to mention recipes for delicious baked chiles rellenos and cream of green chile soup, as well as simple instructions for how to roast and peel chiles.
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Arizonans can remain starch locavores and eat dates, which is an enviable position to be in. There is even a town called Dateland, surrounded by 12 acres of date palm orchards, where every date dream you've ever had can come true.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
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Arizona is filled with local eating delights, including JH Grass-Fed Beef, a family-owned ranch that sells its tasty wares at Phoenix-area farmers markets.