Seasonal Sunday (01-02-11)

Seasonal Sunday (01-02-11)

I am out of my mind excited for this! I have been dreaming up the idea for months. Like all of you I love food- and love eating locally and Seasonally as much as possible. Though even with all of my constant recipe searching its sometimes hard for me to think beyond what I already know in regards to Vegetable Preparation in particular for example: We love Brussel Sprouts- but to be honest I only know of 1 way to prepare them. Time for that to change..

Being there is an abundance of creative bloggers these days - it occurred to me that maybe with a little collaboration we could together support the idea of Seasonal Foods and in turn nourish our families (and ourselves of course!) with Fruits and Vegetables that are abounding in nutrition. (verses those that are Preserved, Shipped long distances and artificially ripened) Really.. What better way to start 2011?

Today for my Submission I am excited to Feature:

Gluten/Dairy/Egg Free Perogies with Sweet Potato, Bacon and Caramelized Onions

The Combination of Sweet Potatoes, Bacon, Rosemary and Caramelized Onion is one I wish I had discovered sooner. These Perogies are slightly sweet combined perfectly with a Salty Bacon Flavor = Unbelievably comforting.

Now its your turn!

Here are the Seasonal Sunday Rules:

  1. Recipes must contain one Seasonal Ingredient (For the list of what foods are currently in season see below)
  2. You may link up old or new recipes. Wonderful food is always worth sharing! Feel free to share up to 6 recipes each week.
  3. It is preferred that recipes are Gluten Free- but not required.
  4. Please include a link to your blog in reference to Seasonal Sundays so that your readers may also participate.

Winter (December 21st- March 20th) : Beef, Game, Pork, calf’s liver, Buffalo,Grains, Venison,Chicken, chicken livers , turkey ,Goose , Duck, Guinea fowl, Squid, Lobster,White Beans, Lima Beans, Maple Syrup, Rosemary, Sage, Mushrooms, Mussels, Lentils, Black Eyed Peas, Sugar and Snap Peas, Fennel, Hazelnuts, Walnuts, Sprouts, Bananas, Plantains, Onions, Yellow Onions, Cipollini Onion, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Root Vegetables, Carrots, Daikon, Dates, Chinese Cabbage, Rutabaga, Radicchio, Celeriac,Celery, Turnips, Brussel Sprouts, Pumpkin, Beetroot, Parsnips, Cabbage, Leeks, Shallots, Sweet Potatoes. Yams, Potatoes, Sunchokes (aka Jerusalem Artichokes) Radishes, Greens (Arugula, Collards, Kale, Sea Kale, Lettuce, Spinach, Chard) Dandelion Greens, Endive, Escarole, Watercress, Cauliflower, Water Chestnuts, Avocado, Pears, Apples, Citrus Fruits: Ugli , Tangerines, Oranges, Grapefruit, Lemons, Meyer Lemons, Limes, Papaya, Pineapples, Passion Fruit, Mangoes. Pomegranates and Kiwi's.

If I have forgotten a Seasonal Item- Feel free to let me know :)

xo

-Brittany-

Brittany Angell

19 comments | Leave your own

  1. Sophie

    Duck is also in season over here in Belgium because it is the Wild season!

    So, I will include a festive Duck dish!

    1. Jessi@SweetandSaltyL

      Oooo how fun Sophie!

  2. Caryn

    Great idea, Brittany!

    Yellow onions are also a winter favorite around here, too!

  3. Jessi@SweetandSaltyL

    Britt! This is such a wonderful idea! Funny, I just wrote up a bit about a trip to my local Farmers' Market and then saw your tweet about this carnival...we are once again on the same page ;). Love it!

  4. Gigi

    Brittany,

    This is lovely! I am going to try the perogies for my girls - they LOVE them! And I am happy to have found Jessi's site - had not yet seen it, but anxious to check it out!

    Great recipes!!!

    Hugs,

    Gigi :)

  5. laxsupermom

    Perogies! I haven't had them since we went gluten-free. I have to try out this recipe. Thanks so much for sharing it.

  6. Jill Wilkins

    What a wonderful blog!! I am excited to try out your recipes :)

    Jill

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