Thank you all so much for the lovely comments on yesterday’s post marking my two years of blogging! I’m pleased to open Simple and in Season November today.
It’s also hard to believe that Simple and in Season is into it’s 17th month. It is growing from strength to strength – thank you all for joining in and supporting the event and to all my recent guest hosts.
Look out for Nazima’s round up for October over at Franglais Kitchen – there were over 40 entries again so it may take some time!
November should be an interesting month, perhaps you are making preserves or fruit liqueurs ready to give as Christmas gifts? Or perhaps you are getting creative with winter produce or even summer produce if you are across the globe!
Eat The Seasons is a lovely website telling you what’s in season in the UK. I’ll be cooking with more squash, I’d love to try a celeriac soup, you might still find pears on the trees or start roasting chestnuts. Wild venison is avaiable and is a very good, lean source of protein. And don’t forget that fish, such as mackerel, turbot or red muller can be in season, too!
Here are the guidelines briefly:
- Blog about your seasonal produce or recipe before 31st August 2012
- Add a link to this post and/or use the Simple and in Season badge (copy and paste or use the code at the very bottom of my homepage)
- Add the URL link to your post to the InLinkz widget below
- If you tweet about your entry, I will re-tweet any that I see. Please use the hashtag #SimpleandinSeason
I’m looking forward to seeing all your posts and entries!