1. angela

    You seem to have the same fruits and vegetables in season as we do in Provence. Thanks so much for all the great recipes.

  2. Fluffypickles

    I’m so excited about this series. What a delight to see such beautiful recipes to brighten a dingy cold January. Thank you!!

  3. Linda J-H

    Great idea, Elise! Even at 69 and cooking for decades, I need a reminder of what’s in season so I’m not cooking in a rut. Eating in season also keeps the food budget in line.

  4. Lisa

    I love this new series, look forward to more. I’ve been a follower for many years, love the stories of you cooking with your dad! Your recipes never disappoint.

  5. Paige

    Great post! Love the reminder. With the availability of most produce year round, I tend to forget what’s in season.

  6. Jay

    Yours is the most reliable food blog I follow. Your posts never go unread!

  7. Dawn

    Greening is a horrible disease of citrus trees, caused by bacteria. There are several types and it has shown up in many countries, and reached the U.S. in about 2005. Citrus crops in Florida especially were heavily affected by this. The people in the white coats are experimenting to come up with treatments, but it’s slow going. I can’t remember the last time I was able to buy any really good tasting fresh oranges, and if I can find any they cost a fortune. I’m talking $2.50 for one good orange, about two years ago before I gave up. I bought a bag of oranges last week from Trader Joe’s because they looked nice on the outside, but they’re really sour. This is sad; when I was a kid in the 70’s we took great oranges for granted.

  8. Amanda | The Glorious Grape

    I have a grapefruit tree in my backyard that brings me joy, but is sadly suffering from greening. I am trying to get the most out of it while I still can.

    I’m dying to try that grapefruit avocado salad. Paired with a refreshing and crisp Sauvignon Blanc, it is sure to brighten any dreary winter day!

    • Elise Bauer

      Hi Amanda, what’s greening? We too have a grapefruit tree, but I haven’t heard that term. I do know you have to keep grapefruit on the tree for about a year before they’re sweet enough to pick.

  9. Gina

    Thank you for this new series. Just another reason to love all that you offer.

  10. Jackie

    I’m new to your site. Looking forward to trying recipes. Thanks

  11. Abby

    Love this series idea! So helpful!

  12. Leslie

    These recipes look so good! I ate spinach in a breakfast casserole this morning with tomato and I’d forgotten how much I love it.

  13. Annie

    What a great new feature to offer– you all just just hitting it out of the park lately (well…actually always…)! Loving the citrus this January– such a nice bright thing in this cold weather!

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