Monday, November 4, 2013

In Season

Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall... 

What's In Season right now in your little corner of the world?


Make a Donna Hay dish featuring or including ingredients that are In Season where you live and post it by Sunday, November 10th.

Don't forget to link your dish with a thumbnail image, below and remember to leave a comment after linking so that we don't miss out on your dish. Please remember, we are cooking the recipes of Donna Hay!


New to IHCC?  Need help linking up?  Please see our Welcome pageIf you have any questions, please leave a comment below and we will get back with you.  

If you didn't check out the entries for last week's Sandwich Sensations theme, be sure to check out the links and see the fabulous dishes that were made.

11 comments:

Kim said...

That is a very pretty collage, Deb!

Deb in Hawaii said...

Thanks Kim--gotta love PicMonkey Collage--it was all right there! ;-)

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Hey early birds & planning people--December themes are posted on the side bar. ;-)

Zosia said...

The poor parsnip, that oft-overlooked vegetable (at least in my kitchen), transformed into a yummy, crunchy snack!

Love the collage and, if you haven't already guessed, I'm one of those early bird/planning types, so thank you for the December themes ;)!

Pam said...

I'm with the theme this time! Arugula (rocket) is a cooler weather crop and is doing well here right now!

小悦工坊 said...

Here don't have distinct seasons in Singapore, only raining season or dry season. Guess I have a lot of choices this week:).

kitchen flavours said...

Roasted Pumpkin Soup, delicious!
Pumpkins are not exactly seasonal over here, in fact I could not think of one seasonal ingredient, our produce are all-year round! Malaysia is a tropical country with warm sunny climate, our produce are abundance whole year round! I'm with Joy!
Thanks for the Dec themes! Going to have fun picking out the recipes!

Weekend-Windup said...

Wonderful recipes...

Deb in Hawaii said...

Although we have an abundance of produce that grows year-round in our climate too, passion fruit (or lilikoi as we call it here) has an optimal growing season that runs thru December and it was abundant at the farmers market this weekend.

I tried Donna's Passionfruit & Yogurt Parfaits--Yum! ;-)

Michelle said...

We tried DH's Bacon, Sweet Potato and Sage Baked Risotto. (Great minds, Susan!) It was good and not a lot of trouble to make.

Tina said...

I love the header for this theme! Just joined in, late but better late than never, with grouper.
I see lots of good dishes to visit!

Kim said...

This Brie and Crispy Bread Salad with Cranberry Dressing is one of the very first DH recipes I pinned to try. Anything containing Brie is a must make in my book!