Sunday, January 29, 2006


Daily menus and recipes most suited to every season: light cooking, usually grilling, baking or steaming, in the warmer season; rich sauces, baking or stewing, when it is cold.

There is a list of seasonal food. Best quality indicates the products that are being harvested. Food marked as available is good quality food that can be found all year round, or those products probably not local, but in their harvest season. It is a rough guide, as harvest season may vary due to weather conditions, and the fact that different varieties have a different harvest time has been ignored.

Although most produce can be found all year round in the market, probably through storage or hot house porduction, choosing seasonal products means enjoying the ripest and freshest food at the height of its flavor and nutritional value.

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