Kestrel's have become popular of recent times, due to their versatility in cooking and great taste. They are at a fantastic price across all Harris Farm Markets stores this week. They are smooth to mash and have a good texture after microwaving; they're also excellent for roasting. Bursting with vitamins and minerals and when served with their skins, are a great source of fibre. The purple skin marks are formed naturally by antioxidants called anthocyanin which are also found in foods like blueberries. Those purple spots are completely natural and perfectly safe to eat. They are grown in the Southern Mallee district in South Australia. Look out for these purple eyed beauties in store today.