Winter has arrived, even though it hardly seems possible. It feels like just yesterday we were sharing with you Eating with the Seasons: Summer and then Eating with the Seasons: Fall. But winter has definitely arrived, and so we are welcoming in a whole new basket of fresh foods with eating with the seasons: winter.
We love a fresh slice of pumpkin pie and who can deny an organic Red Palm Oil Basted Turkey? But once the holiday season has ended it seems like the perfect time to transition to all things winter cuisine.
And because we are passionate about shopping local and supporting farmers, this is the third of four articles we are sharing to help you understand which foods are “in season” so that you are able to shop in the best way possible.
Eating with the Seasons: Winter (December – February)
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- Blood Oranges
- Cactus Pear
- Date Plums
- Mandarin Oranges
- Passion Fruit
- Pear (Dip in this Organic Hazelnut Chocolate Spread and prepare to be amazed!)
- Red Banana
- Belgian Endive
- Brussels Sprouts
- Butternut Squash
- Collard Green
- Delicata Squash
- Sweet Potato
p.s. You know what else tastes great during the cold, winter months? A fresh cup of Hazelnut Hot Chocolate!
Need some recipe ideas using fresh winter fruits and vegetables? Try these: Potato Leek Soup, Organic, Slow-Cooker Red Palm Oil Bone Broth, Blackberry-Citrus Rise ‘n Shine Smoothie and Quick Kale Sauté with Potatoes and Butternut Squash.
What are your favorite winter fruits, vegetables, and recipes?
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