What's in season?

The autumnal season is upon us with its changing weather and vibrant colours. Colder days are a perfect excuse to wrap up warm and enjoy some ‘comfort’ foods. Some of my comfort foods are warming soups, stews and crunchy salads. I find that I’m drawn to more ‘earthy’ tastes, so root vegetables feature a lot in my recipes. I also like to remind my clients of the importance of choosing local and in season foods (and organic whenever you can, depending on your budget). But it can be difficult to know that most types of produce even have a season. After all, when you walk into a supermarket you usually encounter a pretty impressive selection of produce. So, that being the case, why choosing loca

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