The Veggie Table Blog|
Vegetarian Recipes and Info
Newsletter | RSS | Facebook | Twitter
The season can make a big difference in terms of what kind of produce is available, how much you feel like cooking, and what you want to eat. Take a look at these recipes divided by season.
Now that the weather has cooled down and the leaves are changing, it’s time to think about seasonal fruits and vegetables like apples, pumpkins, and eggplant. Here are some vegetarian recipes for fall.
Local Bounty: Seasonal Vegan Recipes, by Devra Gartenstein, offers a variety of recipes to help you enjoy fruits and vegetables at their individual seasonal peaks. Organized by season, each chapter starts with a list of that season’s produce, divided by early, mid-, and late season.
From early spring fava beans to the scallions you can harvest through early summer, I look forward to spring foods all year.
When it’s hot out, you probably don’t want to eat something hot, let alone stand over the stove cooking it for an hour. Make the most of seasonal foods that require a minimum of cooking and allow maximum enjoyment of the warm weather.
It’s cold, it’s windy, there might even be snow. I don’t know about you, but when it’s cold all I want to do is stay inside where it’s warm, preferably with some hearty, stick-to-your-ribs food. Warm up with some winter recipes.
Sign up for my newsletter to find out about new recipes, articles, and cookbook reviews.
|Subscribe to the free Veggie Table newsletter|
Laura K. Lawless
All Rights Reserved.
About The Veggie Table