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In Season: Spring

On March 20th, I published the first of a series of books called ‘In Season’ that will in the end have four books, one for each season, of course. 99 more words

Friday night at River Cottage HQ

If there was ever an example of terrible timing, we were victim of it this weekend….

Back in October while trying to tick some Christmas presents off the list, we decided with my Brother and Sister-in-law (Mr and Mrs R-G) to go away for a night or weekend together and enjoy some good food rather than swapping gifts. 1,129 more words

Life!

Eating in Season: The Mango

Sweet and juicy, mangos are one of my favorite healthy snacks. I love them fresh or frozen and topped with whipped cream. Today we are going to talk about the nutrition of mangos, how to select and store the fruit, and delicious ways to enjoy them! 385 more words

Recipes

Paul's Early Spring Pesto

YUM!  We may be between growing seasons for a few more weeks but this killer pesto by Paul bridges the gap and more!!!  I can’t think of a better way to wrap up the getting-through-first-quarter-with-flavor resolution set in early January.   349 more words

Food Photography

In Season: End of March/April

One of my favorite things to do on the weekend is shop the farmers markets. I like to get up early, before the crowd hits, and take my time looking at everything. 182 more words

Food

Time for tomatillos

Tomatillos take me back to San Miguel de Allende, the fabled artist’s colony in the hills four hours northwest of Mexico City.

On my first visit earlier this month, I drank homemade margaritas on a rooftop terrace with friends while watching the sun set, and spent days strolling narrow cobblestoned streets and feasting on tortilla soup and platters of enchiladas, sopes, quesadillas, marinated skirt steak and fish tacos. 734 more words

In Season

Plant in season + harden off your seedlings

A while ago, I tried growing tomatoes and capsicum from seed in summer.

They were fine until they moved into the Vegie patch and couldn’t tolerate the summer sun. 298 more words

Gardening