Tomato!!! During the growing season we eat the equivalent of about 4 medium sized tomatoes per day, not counting any that are turned into sauces and not counting the green tomato casserole that we have once or twice per week. During the winter, we still keep a constant supply of grape tomatoes to serve as sides with our meals.
As far as the kind of fruit that you probably refer, it is pretty difficult to select a favorite as each is so very different from the other. We eat apples year round, but mostly from fall to late spring. In the spring we switch to home grown fruits: strawberries, raspberries, and blue berries, in that order. We dearly love the locally grown tree ripened peaches June through late August. The wife makes pies, cobblers, and crisps from apples, peaches, and berries. They are so yummy with vanilla ice cream. Mid to late summer we enjoy our home grown pears and several varieties of home grown figs. During the fall, we always start craving the new crop of oranges and tangerines from Florida. Those rank high on the list as well. Probably there is no favorite however, we just love all kinds of fruit.
This year we started making smoothies, which are quick and low calories. They are creamy and delicious! My recipe is 4 ounce skim milk, 1/2 cup Greek yogurt, 1-2 TBS raw local honey, 1.5-2 TBS granulated sugar, 1 Tsp good quality vanilla extract, 1 cup seasonal fruit. Top off with crushed ice in the blender and blend at high speed until rich and creamy. About 160-180 calories for 14-16 ounces. The recipe makes about two servings. Depending upon taste, one could cut the calories by leaving off some of the honey and sugar.
Eclectic gardening style, drawing from 45 years of interest and experience. Mostly plant in raised beds and containers primarily using intensive gardening techniques.