February Seasonal Produce Guide for Desktop Wallpaper

Eat Seasonal Guide for February

Written by Becky

I know, I know, I slacked on my job and didn’t put out a seasonal produce guide for January but I promise I have a good excuse.  A few other blogger friends and I are now teaming up to become a much larger resource for you to eat well through the seasons. And now, Josh will be illustrating the desktop and iPhone images for each month (I’m a lucky gal with a multi talented, coffee roasting, illustrating, guitar playing valentine)!

Here’s the full scoop:  Every month, you’ll have a new Seasonal Produce Guide List to save to your desktop computer and iPhone. Feel free to share away on instagram and pinterest as well  – the more enthusiasm to eat seasonally, the better we’ll all be, right?!  Also, visit these fabulous blogs for seasonal recipes every month.

Aimee from Simple Bites
Kelsey from Happyolks
Molly from My Name is Yeh
Lindsay from Cafe Johnsonia
Kathryne from Cookie and Kate
Lauren from Lauren’s Latest
Lauren from Climbing Grier Mountain

And my favorite part… If you’re eating in season, with one of the food items on the list, instagram it using #eatseasonal and I’ll be reposting seasonal grams every Monday!  I literally can hardly wait to see what everyone else is eating and to be inspired by what you create with seasonal ingredients!

Here’s a photo to save to your iPhone and the photo on top is sized for your desktop computer screen saver.  I hope these are a friendly reminder to you (as they are for me) to eat what’s fresh every month!

February Seasonal Produce Guide


Comments (21)

  1. I definitely just set this photo as my background! I was taught to eat seasonal by my mother, and now I don’t see any other way of eating. I can’t wait to see the seasonal recipes!

    • Shelley, that’s so lovely that your mother taught you to eat what’s in season. It’s definitely something that older generations did without even thinking about it – it was just the way of life for most. I hope to bring a little piece of that mentality back 🙂

    • I can’t get enough Grapefruit right now either! I have a fun recipe on here for Maple Bruleed Grapefruit that you must try!! Thanks for stopping by the blog Katie!

  2. Nice! This idea its very nice. I am living in Seattle now, but I am from other county. So follow the harvest of the month bring some new ideas for cooking for my family.

    • Lillian, that’s encouraging that you missed January’s guide 🙂 Glad your following along! And I’ll pass on to Josh that you like his illustration!!

  3. Love this! Made roasted brussel sprouts tossed with garlic, olive oil, salt & pepper with cooked gnocchi, parmesan cheese & some lemon zest. I think the whole meal cost $4.00 to feed 4 people!

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