Seasonal Sunday (07-03-11)

 

Welcome to this weeks Seasonal Sunday featuring Summer Ingredients!

And a Happy Almost 4th :) I imagine there will be some festive dishes linked up today.

This week I would like to highlight the following recipes:

 

 

Today I'm sharing 2 recipes.

Orange- Rhubarb Frozen Yogurt (Gluten/Dairy/Refined Sugar Free)

and..

Cherry Almond Pancakes (Gluten/Dairy/Soy/Corn/Grain/Refined Sugar Free)

Guidelines for Linking:

  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.

Summer (June 21st- September 22nd) : Fish, Shellfish, Garlic, Onions, Eggplant,Green Beans, Peppers, Greens (Arugula, Collards, Kale, Lettuce, Spinach, Swiss Chard) Sprouts, Baby Turnips, Zucchini, Peppers, Samphire, Basil, Cannellini Beans, Trompettes De Mort, Broad Beans, Zucchini, Runner Beans, Swiss Chard, Fava Beans, Peas, Potatoes, Borlotti Beans, Corn, Chanterelle Mushrooms,Cucumber, Okra, Bitter Melon, Cherries, Greenguages, Blackberries, Nectarines, Apricots, Mango's, Plums, Watermelon, Figs, Strawberries, Peaches, Pears,Plums, Blueberries, Apricots, Rhubarb, Cherries, Blackcurrant, Raspberries, Walnuts, Cantaloupe Melon, Ume, Tomatoes. Tomatillos, Green Leafy Vegetables, Cabbage, Summer Squash. Kiwi. Limes.

A fellow blogger and friend (Charles Luce) mentioned to me that I had missed some mushroom varieties. He knows mushrooms extensively and provided me with this fun list that I thought I would share for fun! Thank you Charles for putting this together:

NOTE; DO NOT EAT ANY MUSHROOM UNLESS YOU CAN IDENTIFY IT WITH ABSOLUTE CERTAINTY. MANY OF THE MUSHROOMS BELOW HAVE TOXIC “LOOK ALIKES”. SOME OF WHICH ARE DEADLY!!!
Chanterelles – smooth, ribbed, and cinnabar.
Black trumpet (actually members of the chanterelle family)
Boletes - many. Common edibles are: bicolor, varipes, badiceps and, if weather turns cool in August, the cepe or porcini
Suillis - related to boletes.
Agaricus (in cooler weather) including meadow mushrooms, Horse Mushrooms and The Prince. (Use extreme caution. There are deadly amanita that look very much like agaricus)
Oyster mushrooms
Chicken or Sulfur Shelf
Sweet tooth – two varieties –pied de mouton and orange
Beefsteak mushroom (one of the few that can be eaten raw)
Bear tooth 2 varieties
Cauliflower mushroom
Lobster mushroom (actually a mushroom that grows on a mushroom)
Milky – many species (Good even though my wife says that one of my favorites, Lacteri currugium, smells like dog food.)
Aborted entoloma (good despite the awful name)
Parasol (lepiota)Use extreme caution with this one. Some lepiotas are deadly.
Puffballs including the giant puffball. (again use extreme caution. Partially sprouted deadly amanita look a lot like puffballs)

Have a wonderful Sunday Everyone!

xo,

Brittany

Brittany Angell

9 comments | Leave your own

  1. Isabelle at home

    Thank you so much Brittany for hosting! :) Have a wonderful 4th of July!

  2. Vicky

    Thank you once more for hosting Brittany! I’ve linked my baked beans recipe since it uses tomatoes!

  3. Ricki

    Love the look of those pancakes! Thanks so much for highlighting my recipe, Brittany. I also have another recipe I may post this week–I thought cilantro was in season now?

  4. Jill

    Hi Brittany,
    I shared my Walnut Vegetable Dip and an article I hope fits in! Happy 4th!

  5. Emma Galloway

    Hey thanks for hosting this linky party. I look forward to submitting more recipes.

  6. Candace

    Your orange rhubarb frozen dessert looks sooo good. I love the combination of flavors there. It's very different than anything that I've had before. I have linked up my Covey Rise Tomato Salad – New Hampshah Style. Thanks so much for hosting!

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