Seasonal food, what’s in season for September

Why eat seasonal food? Seasonal food is fresher and so tends to be tastier and more nutritious and it’s a lot more affordable. By eating whats in season in the UK you help reduce the energy needed to grow and transport the food we eat and you help support the local economy. What’s in season, for September;

September is the time to preserve fruit and berries. We’ve been busy is the Little Scandinavian Kitchen, securing the flavours of summer to last long into the colder months. Here’s a small collection of our production so far…

© Little Scandinavian. Pear, plum and apple is in season. Preserved in large glass storage jars. The tray is a bamboo tray from Rosendahl -love it!

Fruit & Vegetables
Apple, Plum, Pear, Aubergine, Beetroot, Butternut squash, Cabbage, Chicory, Cobnut, Damsons, Fennel, Fig and Globe artichoke.

Meat & Fish
Grey mullet, Grouse, Lamb, Mackerel, Mussels, Oyster



We made Apple cake yesterday -so utterly delicious sprinkled with nuts and served with vanilla icecream. See our Norwegian Apple Cake Recipe here and there’s lots more recipes on BBC Seasonal Food

4 Comments

  1. You should, Nina. Still time… Plums still in season. Add cinnamon and serve one dark autumn night alongside vanilla ice. 🙂

  2. So enjoyable to buy fresh groceries to a affordable prices, preserve and enjoy months later! Let me know how you get on -let’s share ideas and recipes! xxx

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