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Seasonal Food in December

For me, December is all about the lead up to Christmas and that means it’s filled with seasonal flavours and smells like cinnamon, ginger, citrus and …. well, sprouts. Now is the time that I do my present shopping – mainly online because frankly it’s so much less stressful. I do however treat myself to an annual […]

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Seasonal Food for October

Well, here we are again.  The start of another month.  As the days grow shorter, so does the time we have left until Christmas.  In fact we have just 12 weeks until another year’s turkey and stockings are stuffed. If the sheer mention of the ‘c’ word fills you with a sense of dread then […]

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What’s in season in July?

Don’t you just love the explosion of colour in summer? The soft, blossomy pinks and yellows of spring have subsided and have been replaced by brighter, bolder colours more fitting for the dramatic weather of July. Sultry and sweaty one moment, then dark and stormy the next. Fantastic! As always, the month’s seasonal foods share […]

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What’s in season in May?

Asparagus, Sardines and Elderflower… just a few of the foodie delights that May has to offer… Firstly, an apology is in order for missing the last few months and not posting any seasonal food between February-April.  Today, I’m putting things right with a reminder of all the wonderful foods out there that will be in […]

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What’s in season in November?

November in season: I can’t help but feel that I missed a trick (and a treat) by not including any pumpkin recipes in October!  Oh well…  Thankfully, November brings with it, its own selection of delicious, seasonal ingredients (and I’m pretty sure that pumpkins are still going strong too for that matter!) Fruit & Veg […]

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What’s in season in October?

October in season; a time for celebrating with food I love how food is so interwoven into our culture, that just by looking at what is coming into season, we can immediately get a sense of what cultural occasions and feasts are approaching.  This month, pumpkins will be carved, the first cranberries will be purchased […]

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