This pallet will serve a lot of Christmas dinners.
Here's some spiral Romanesco.
Lovely colours from the Rainbow chard.
Fresh cranberries are a speciality of Belarus.
Chestnuts are on hand - both fresh in the shells or in vacuum packs.
Leafy clementines are abundant, along with other citrus such as lemons, kumquats, pomelo, bergamot and cedro (pictured below). Italian blood oranges are imminent. Right now, they are all the way from Australia.
It's a fantastic time for roots. Can you identify the four in the photo below? (Answer at the end of the report). Parsnips include Piccolo.
There is a wide range of winter squashes. This photo shows a shipment of yams.
At time of writing - 1st December - the Yorkshire forced rhubarb had not yet started. This photo shows a Dutch crop, which always arrives a few weeks earlier.
Wild mushrooms are exquisite this month. The photo below shows small girolle. Pied mouton, yellow and grey-leg chanterelle and trompette also available.
Exotics on form include lychees ...
... along with custard apples, pineapples and pomegranates.
Kaki fruit are in season - typically grown closer to home, with Spain a key exporter.
Don't forget apples and pears - with British fruit still eating very well from cold store. Main varieties are Braeburn, Cox, russets and Bramlet. Conference and Comice pears also available. Quince is also a good call.
For something unusual, there are many varieties of aubergine include these mini graffiti (pictured right).
Lines from Italy include radicchios, puntarella and cime di rapa. Isn't this a sight? Pak choi - squeaky fresh.
Not seen these before - living punnets of nasturtium leaf to decorate the plate.
Do take the chance to pop down to the Market this month. Top tip: the cafes are also serving festive specials, including turkey wraps with all the trimmings.
Root Quiz Answers: Jerusalem artichokes (background), crosnes (left), nasturtium root (top), salsify (bottom).