You might have guessed as much by now, that I absolutely love cooking (and eating) and buying seasonal groceries – especially at a Farmer’s Market. When you buy seasonal produce, you not only save money and support local farmers, but you also prepare the best and freshest tasting meals!
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I haven’t been to a Farmer’s Market since I went to Paris last year, even though there are a few great and well-known markets in and around London (tut tut!), so I end up going to Morrisons almost every day and buy fresh produce according to what’s on our menu that day.
If you don’t have a local farmers’ market near you, you can take the below list and take it into your supermarket to help guide your shopping.
Vegetables in Season during Summer:
- Bell Peppers
Fruits in Season during Summer:
- Passion Fruit