Using fruits and vegetables in season.
I’m taking advantage of sheltering in place to try some new recipes and brush up on my cooking skills. For breakfast this morning I enjoyed an outrageously juicy, sweet nectarine with yogurt and granola. It reminded me how much more delicious fruits and vegetables are when in their peak seasons. Only problem is I don’t always remember what’s in season when. So I printed the lists at fruitsandveggies.org and put them near my recipes to help me remember.
An “in season” chart that’s a work of art.
While searching for the best list of seasonal fruits and vegetables I discovered a beautiful art print by artist Anne Mahler. Available in sizes from extra small (8″x 10″) to extra large (28″ x 37″), prices range from $22.99 to $61.99 for unframed prints. Check them out at society6.com.
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