Welcome to Simple and in Season – April. This is a monthly blog event here on Fabulicious Food! which showcases some of the best seasonal produce from all around the globe through simple recipes.
To join in, please read the guidelines below. This round will be open until Monday 30th April 2012 and a round up will follow shortly after.
In the UK, produce at its best includes British asparagus, Jersey Royal new potatoes, purple sprouting broccoli, spinach, watercress and even wild nettles!
If you enjoy growing herbs, you might find some dill, chives or fresh chervil in your pots.
Seafood fans will enjoy crab and sea trout and meat eaters will find spring lamb and rabbit to be particularly good.
What’s in season in your part of the world?
LINK UP YOUR RECIPES HERE:
Here are the guidelines:
1. Link up to the main Simple and in Season page in your post
2. You can also use the Simple and in Season badge (code on the right sidebar)
3. Add a link to YOUR post via the Simply Linked widget below
4. If you are on Twitter, you can tweet using the hashtag #SimpleandinSeason and I will re-tweet
By entering your link, you are giving me permission to add your photograph to the round-up. I will link back directly to your post when I include you.
You can link posts entered into other blog events or carnivals as long as it fits in with their rules.
If you are blogging about a recipe from a book or magazine, don’t copy and paste – please be aware of copyright.
If you have any questions or problems, email me or leave me a comment in the comment box at the bottom of the post.
Have a wonderful Easter and I really look forward to seeing all your seasonal treats!
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