Raspberries are delicious sprinkled over cereal, in desserts paired with chocolate and cream, or just eaten out of hand. Along with the usual red raspberry, there are also black and yellow ones -- the flavor is similar.
In Season: Many supermarkets carry them year-round, but raspberries are most flavorful in late spring and summer.
What to Look For: Look for plump, firm, and fragrant berries, free of their hulls. Discard any that are moldy or leaking their juices, and use the rest as soon as possible.
How to Store: Store, uncovered, in the refrigerator in a layer on a paper-towel-lined plate for 2 to 3 days. Rinse before using.