What’s your favorite seasonal food and/or what’s your

What’s your favorite seasonal food and/or what’s your

1/17/2021, 5:19:26 PM
What’s your favorite seasonal food and/or what’s your favorite seasonal book? I’m all about apple everything in the Fall and “The Dark is Rising” by Susan Cooper in the Winter. . I think a lot of us are seasonal readers as well as try to be seasonal eaters, so I was intrigued by this recipe book “The Little Library Year” by Kate Young ( #gifted ) that has recipes and reading to suit each season. I’m a HUGE fan of books about food (I’m a huge advocate for authors always describing the meals in books. Ha) And it’s been super fun for me to flip through this book and find some of my favorite books with recipes paired to them. . Pickled Limes from Little Women, Fish Supper from Narnia, Long Sunday lunches from The Light Years… there are so many beautiful photographs, recipes, and book references throughout this cookbook. Young has the recipes broken down into “long winter nights”, “The first signs of spring” “Spring in abundance” “the height of summer”, “when the leaves start to turn” and “as the days grow short”. I particularly liked the ingredient list by season, which helped me get a better idea of what’s in season and when. . Overall, as a reader and someone who is working harder to eat foods when they are in season, I really really enjoyed this book. I felt like the recipes were really user friendly and things that I would love to prepare for myself and my family! . #thelittlelibraryyear #kateyoung #cookbooks #cookbookaddict #cookbookclub #newrecipe #recipedeveloper #tasteofhome #deliciousness #comfortfood #cookathome #recipeoftheday

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