Celeriac is an ugly looking vegetable, and while not winning any beauty contest there are many ways to cook with celeriac.
It might look a bit weird, but it most definitely deserves a spot in your kitchen. Learn all about celeriac and discover 50+ fantastic recipes.
Pumpkin is without a doubt the most popular of all the winter squashes. Except that it is in season during autumn and is best known as a halloween decoration.
But there are so many things that can be done with pumpkin beyond pie and soup, that I figured it needed its own dedicated page.
Living through the seasons is what all our ancestors used to do. Depending on the weather, the food available would change and their activities would change as well. With most people living in cities and having a somewhat stable routine throughout the year, following the seasons is not common anymore, other than changing your wardrobe and turning on or off your heating and cooling systems. But, there are benefits to following the seasonal changes as they come even if you live a traditional 21st century lifestyle.
I live in the South of the UK where we have 4 very distinct seasons. When I talk about summer, autumn, winter and spring, I am mostly referring to those as they exist here. But that doesn’t mean that what I am writing about here can’t be applied to other places with hotter or warmer weather, as long as you adapt things to your particular climate and the specific rhythms that come from it.