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June Eat Seasonal Guide

Written by Becky

I feel like I edit these seasonal produce guides a little bit every year… adding and deleting a few from the list as I learn more about what’s ripe and fresh.  I learn from my own garden, from availability at the farmer’s markets, and from seasonal restaurant offerings. So feel free to adapt your lists as you learn whats in season from your native areas.

Right now my garden is showing lots of signs of life. My rhubarb is ready for harvest and even flowering at the tips. Strawberries are appearing here and there (which Everett loves!). Herbs are thriving, and all of my vegetable and lettuce seeds are starting to peer out from the soil.  It’s going to be a tasty summer!

Since we’re entering into the best time of harvest.  Here’s a great list from Alice Waters on living simply and yet generously:

Eat locally & sustainably

Eat seasonally

Shop at farmers’ markets

Plant a garden

Conserve, compost & recycle

Cook simply

Cook together

Eat together

Remember food is precious

Great blogs to visit for Seasonal Recipes:

Cookie and Kate

Simple Bites

Kitchen Confidante

Climbing Grier Mountain

Lauren’s Latest

Molly Yeh

Cafe Johnsonia

Project Domestication

Completely Delicious

Mountain Mama Cooks

Naturally Ella

Cookin’ Canuck

Foodie Crush

Two Peas and Their Pod

The the top image is for your desktop computer to use as a reminder to eat what’s fresh this month. The photo below is for your phone. And don’t forget to tag your seasonal food instagrams with #eatseasonal. I’m looking forward to seeing more inspirational foods this month! We’ll regram our favorites every Monday!

June Eat Seasonal Guide • theVintageMixer.com #eatseasonal

Comments (4)

  1. I am getting so excited for the farmers market on Sat.! Thanks for this list – helpful and beautiful. I have the graphic saved on my phone to help me make savvy choices at the grocery store.

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