Seasonal Eating in November

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Happy November 1st everyone! I hope everyone had an excellent Halloween and that no one is suffering from the inevitable sugar (or otherwise) hangover. Now that we’ve entered a new month, it’s time for a new seasonal eating list. 

A great resource that I’ve found is the Find Local Produce site. It lets you search by area for farm shops, veg box schemes and pick your own farms. 

Seasonal Eating in November 
Seasonal Eating in November

Food that is in season in the UK in the Autumn (September, October & November): 
Fruit: apples, bananas, apricots, blackberries, figs, damsons, plums, pears, pomegranates, peaches, tomatoes, quinces, blueberries, gooseberries, dates, cranberries
Vegetables: carrots, garlic, peas, sweetcorn, pumpkins, turnips, cabbage, lettuce, marrow, peppers, cabbage, kale, sweet potatoes, beetroot, artichoke, Swiss chard, pak choi, radishes, leeks

Food to eat in the UK in November: 

brussels sprouts, spring green cabbage, white cabbage, savoy cabbage, red cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, kale, leeks, potatoes, artichokes, beetroot, butternut squash, celeriac, celery, chicory, kohlrabi, mushrooms, parsnips, pumpkins, salsify, shallots, swede, turnips 

Do you eat seasonally?

If so, share your tips in the comments for other readers! 

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Do you have any favourite November recipes? Let me know them in the comments! 

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  • I love artichokes and can never find them here! Have you seen them? In what shop?xx

    • We’re getting towards the very tail end of globe artichoke season so they’ll start becoming even more scarce – sadly! I get out in our fortnightly veg box, but I’ve spotted them in Waitrose before x

  • We have so many pumpkins at home so I’m working on some sort of pumpkin katsu curry analogue here, but there is only that much curry you can eat. Any easy pumpkin recipes you would recommend?x

    • Cate in the Kitchen has a good one for pumpkin quesadillas. (You could substitute a vegan cheese if you wanted). I also love roasting the pumpkin in rosemary and garlic and then tossing it with some pasta and a few glugs of olive oil, some lemon juice and some white wine. I do love a good pumpkin curry though! x

  • Halloween parties has been wild and unforgettable. I love to sip in with healthy juices and fruits. Happy November darling.

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