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Eating Seasonally

What’s in season right now?

What’s best in winter is not the same as what’s best in summer. Finding out what’s in season is as easy as checking out the slideshow below.

  • Eating Seasonally With Berries for Breakfast


    • Add some berries to breakfast
      Strawberries are a sweet way to start the day.
    • Toss it up with fresh spring greens
      Throw together some butter lettuce, spinach, and watercress.
    • Snack on something different
      Try crunching on a fresh snow pea or dip an endive leaf into some hummus.
  • Eating Seasonally With Fresh Spring Greens


    • Cool down with a smoothie
      Blend nonfat yogurt with fresh summer berries.
    • Grill it lean and mean
      Burgers on the grill are great; just choose meat that’s at least 90% lean.
    • Have fresh veggies with lunch
      Pile on the tomatoes, cucumbers, and lettuce.
  • Eating Seasonally With Flavorful Sweet Potatoes


    • Enjoy the pick of the crop
      Apples and pears are plentiful and make a convenient, healthy snack.
    • Discover your roots
      Sweet potatoes are sweet, flavorful, and can keep for up to 2 weeks.
    • Keep school nights simple
      Forget gourmet meals and pick up a precooked rotisserie chicken for dinner.
  • Eating Seasonally With Easy-to-Make Slow Cooker Soups and Stews


    • Slow down and slow cook
      With a slow cooker, soups and stews are easy to make.
    • See what’s in season
      Look for clementines, pears, Brussels sprouts, butternut squash, and other tasty winter fruits and vegetables.