Seasonal food is better for you and the planet , plenty of nutrients and flavour !
Me and my family are determined in eating fresh and what's in season. Believe me, it's worth it !!
Eating Seasonal produce celebrates eating the right things at the right time: a crisp salad when it’s hot and sunny, a wholesome stew when it’s cold, strawberries in June, brussel sprouts in December.
Each fruit or vegetable has a prime time when it’s at its seasonal best. That means extra flavour, extra crunch, extra juiciness - all super-fresh. When food is not in season locally, it’s either grown in a hothouse or shipped in from other parts of the world, and both affect the taste.
When produce is in season locally, the relative abundance of the crop usually makes it less expensive.
It’s the basic law of supply and demand, and when crops are in season you’ll be rewarded financially by purchasing what’s growing now.
So determine what’s in season right now and dig in. You’ll be rewarded with high quality produce, packed with nutrition, at a lower cost. And your taste buds will definitely thank you for it!
Here I am creating a new series event to support our planet, our farmers and something what we can give back to our younger generation " Eat seasonal food, fresh " series and it is available to guest host. I am hosting during July.
August 2013 - Amrita Roy
September 2013 - Shama Nagrajan
October 2013 - Sapna Bahl
November 2013 - Nandoos Kitchen
Guidelines to follow :-
- Cook any vegetarian dish with fresh and seasonal ( use vegetables, fruits or herbs )
- Eggs allowed in baking.
- No limit to the number of entries.
- Link this event announcement on your post. It's Compulsory.
- Use of logo compulsory.
- Archived entries allowed ONLY if linked with this announcement page and Logo.
- Events starts on 4th July till 31st July 2013.
- You can send entries to our email if link doesn't work jagrutiscookingodyssey1971@
gmail.com with the following details.
2.Your Blog name
5.Picture of your recipe
Also non bloggers can send their entries to my email ID and the subject line with your name, Recipe, and the picture of your recipe.
Let's see your delicious and tempting recipes here.
Happy Cooking :)