Seasonal Sunday (03-13-11)

Seasonal Sunday (03-13-11)

Happy Seasonal Sunday.

This week I would like to Spotlight my friend Christine known as Bean- the writer of a favorite blog of mine titled Without Adorment. This girl can cook and covers multiple food allergies- love her for this! check out her complete recipe list. Just the cake recipes alone will be enough to make you an instant. Her beautiful photo's are just an added plus. Check out her recipe from last week: Gluten Free/Vegan Potato Bread.

 

This week I'm sharing a simple, easy wonderful smoothie to start any day on the right foot.

Its Icy, Perfectly spiced and Light.

Dairy Free Vanilla-Chai Banana Smoothie

and now of course its YOUR turn..

Here are the Rules:

  1. Recipes must contain one Seasonal Ingredient (See below for the list of foods that are currently in season)
  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. Gluten Free Recipes are NOT required- this event is meant to inspire ideas for all. However I do ask that if your recipe is Gluten Free that you give it the “GF” Label.
  4. Please include a link in 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, Duck, Grains, Venison,Chicken, chicken livers , turkey ,Goose ,Guinea fowl, Squid, Lobster, Sea Bass, Scallops, Pacific Yellowtail, Pacific Cod, Monkfish, Halibut, Lima Beans,White Beans, Maple Syrup, Rosemary, Sage, Mushrooms, Mussels, Lentils, Black Eyed Peas, Sugar and Snap Peas, Fennel, Hazelnuts, Walnuts, Sprouts, Bananas, Plantains, Onions, Yellow Onions,Shallots, Cipollini Onion, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Red Cabbage, Root Vegetables, Carrots, Daikon, Dates, Chinese Cabbage, Rutabaga, Radicchio, Celeriac,Celery, Turnips, Brussel Sprouts, Pumpkin, Beetroot, Winter Squash, Parsnips, Cabbage, Leeks, Sweet Potatoes. Yams, Potatoes, Sunchokes (aka Jerusalem Artichokes) Kabocha squash, Okra, French Beans, 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, Blood Oranges, Grapefruit, Lemons, Meyer Lemons, Limes, Papaya, Pineapples, Passion Fruit, Mangoes. Pomegranates and Kiwi’s.

Believe it or not.. winter is coming to and end- very soon! This week and next week will be the last winter themed Seasonal Sunday Events (until the cold comes back after us again!) Start thinking about fresh Spring Produce :)

Cheers to a Beautiful & Happy week to each of you,

xo,

Brittany

Brittany Angell

22 comments | Leave your own

  1. Bean

    Thank you so much for the spotlight and the kind words! It's nice to know that you like my blog as much as I love yours! :)

  2. hunterslyonesse

    Love that picture and that spoon! How awesome is that!

  3. Greenderella

    Thank you so much for inviting me! What a great idea to make it seasonal! I shared my Swedish Potato Salad and a lovely Chicory-Pear- Gorgonzola-Pizza. Greetings from Germany : )

  4. Isabelle at home

    thank you for the invite! Lovely blog! :)

  5. Nisa Homey

    Thank you so much for inviting me and for the lovely comment....really appreciate it.....I shared channa masala/chicpea curry....which is a very common curry for dinner....that spoon is gorgeous :).

  6. Katerina

    Hi Brittany. Thanks for inviting me to this beautiful party. I've linked my crepes!

  7. Kelly- 18 Hr Kitchen

    My first time here; thanks for hosting Brittany! I'm making your vanilla chai smoothie for a little snack later... it looks amazing!

  8. Lisa

    Strawberries just came into season where I live. My kids ate 4 pounds in one day! There's 5 of them, but still! I am so ready for spring and summer and all the wonderful produce!

  9. Catalina

    I love bananas and your smoothie looks so yummy! I'm very happy for your Seasonal Sundays - I always find here some great inspiration :)

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