Cooking With The Seasons

Food For Winter and Warmth

By / Photography By Michelle Leach | December 29, 2015
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January and February are good months for hibernation. Everything feels slower after the high energy that runs through November and December. Vegetables and produce make themselves scarce, too. I was doing some research to find what is in season during these months, and, if I were to go only by what I read online, that list would be boiled down to little more than kohlrabi and pecans. I’ve never found these resources to be too accurate, though; preferring to talk straight with the people that grow the food — or provide the outlets to buy it — instead. This is how you find out that while, yes, winter squash are in season, those intense summer-of-2015 rains likely messed with a good amount of those fall crops, so you might see less of them at the markets this year as a result.

Brussels Sprouts with Maple Vinaigrette

Cauliflower and Potatoes

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