Cooking Up the Season

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en Español

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I hope you are all doing well and are able to get outside to enjoy this beautiful weather. I am a winter season type of girl as I love everything about the winter season. However, the spring season has been pretty nice in respect to the weather. One of my favorite things about the spring is indulging in all the spring time vegetables and fruits. My family plants a garden each year and we love working in the garden together. I wanted to highlight some of the vegetables and fruits you see this time of year at local farmer’s markets, farm stands, and grocery stores so I will be offering a mini-series called Cooking Up The Season. The series will highlight in season foods discussing their nutritional value, history of the food, and a recipe.

turnip greens

The first session in the series is titled Turn Up the Heat and Talk Turnip Greens. This session can be accessed on the Nash & Edgecombe Family & Consumer Science Youtube page.