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Fruits
Strawberries: Chop them up with some lemon, mint, and a little sugar to make a bangin’ strawberry salad. Or, make strawberry rhubarb jam to add a twist to breakfast.
Rhubarb: This fruit is too tart and tough to be eaten raw, so cook it into the aforementioned jam, or make it into a compote.

Photo by Alex Weiner

Mango: Chop up into a salsa with avocado to top fish tacos, or blend into a smoothie. Confused on how to cut one up? We have you covered.
Cherries: Cherry pie is always a classic, but if you want to get a little creative, make a French cherry clafoutis.

Photo by Molly Krohe

Avocados: Guacamole, duh. Also, add to pretty much any food to make it instantly better.

Photo by Kendra Vaculin

Pineapple: If you’re having a BBQ this spring, grilled pineapple is the shit. Alternatively, add it to a pressed ham and cheese. Or for more ideas, check out some inspiration here.

Vegetables
Artichokes: Boil ‘em whole and eat the leaves one at a time and then the heart with aioli or vinaigrette, or just use the hearts and add them to a salad.
Arugula: Add to pastas, pizzas, salads, etc.

Photo by Maggie Gorman

Asparagus: Roast them with parmesan and olive oil, or shave them and use them to top a white pizza or eat them with lentils and a fried egg.

Photo by Amanda Shulman

Peas: Add to risottos or blend into a soup.
Scallions: Obviously scallion pancakes. Also great as a garnish to most savory dishes.
Leeks: Make into potato-leek soup, or add to a quiche.

Photo by Margaret Weinberg

Beets: Use raw or roasted in salads, or use them in chocolate cakes (really). Not sure what beets are all about? Check out this handy guide.

Photo by Neelima Agrawa

Spinach: Use as the base for a salad with strawberries and walnuts, or sautée them with garlic and olive oil.

There you have it friends. Enjoy spring.

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A Pie Recipe for Each Month of the Year Based on What's in Season

I love making pies. Some people have the false idea that pies are difficult to make. Not true. In fact, that's one of the reasons I love making them so much. You can make a homemade pie crust in 10 minutes, then just fill it with lots of fruit mixed with lemon juice, flour, and sugar, bake it and you're good!

I made a blueberry pie the other day, but had trouble buying enough blueberries for the pie because it turns out they weren't in season. So, I've found a pie recipe for every month depending on what's in season so your pie can taste the best that it can.


A Pie Recipe for Each Month of the Year Based on What's in Season

I love making pies. Some people have the false idea that pies are difficult to make. Not true. In fact, that's one of the reasons I love making them so much. You can make a homemade pie crust in 10 minutes, then just fill it with lots of fruit mixed with lemon juice, flour, and sugar, bake it and you're good!

I made a blueberry pie the other day, but had trouble buying enough blueberries for the pie because it turns out they weren't in season. So, I've found a pie recipe for every month depending on what's in season so your pie can taste the best that it can.


A Pie Recipe for Each Month of the Year Based on What's in Season

I love making pies. Some people have the false idea that pies are difficult to make. Not true. In fact, that's one of the reasons I love making them so much. You can make a homemade pie crust in 10 minutes, then just fill it with lots of fruit mixed with lemon juice, flour, and sugar, bake it and you're good!

I made a blueberry pie the other day, but had trouble buying enough blueberries for the pie because it turns out they weren't in season. So, I've found a pie recipe for every month depending on what's in season so your pie can taste the best that it can.


A Pie Recipe for Each Month of the Year Based on What's in Season

I love making pies. Some people have the false idea that pies are difficult to make. Not true. In fact, that's one of the reasons I love making them so much. You can make a homemade pie crust in 10 minutes, then just fill it with lots of fruit mixed with lemon juice, flour, and sugar, bake it and you're good!

I made a blueberry pie the other day, but had trouble buying enough blueberries for the pie because it turns out they weren't in season. So, I've found a pie recipe for every month depending on what's in season so your pie can taste the best that it can.


A Pie Recipe for Each Month of the Year Based on What's in Season

I love making pies. Some people have the false idea that pies are difficult to make. Not true. In fact, that's one of the reasons I love making them so much. You can make a homemade pie crust in 10 minutes, then just fill it with lots of fruit mixed with lemon juice, flour, and sugar, bake it and you're good!

I made a blueberry pie the other day, but had trouble buying enough blueberries for the pie because it turns out they weren't in season. So, I've found a pie recipe for every month depending on what's in season so your pie can taste the best that it can.


A Pie Recipe for Each Month of the Year Based on What's in Season

I love making pies. Some people have the false idea that pies are difficult to make. Not true. In fact, that's one of the reasons I love making them so much. You can make a homemade pie crust in 10 minutes, then just fill it with lots of fruit mixed with lemon juice, flour, and sugar, bake it and you're good!

I made a blueberry pie the other day, but had trouble buying enough blueberries for the pie because it turns out they weren't in season. So, I've found a pie recipe for every month depending on what's in season so your pie can taste the best that it can.


A Pie Recipe for Each Month of the Year Based on What's in Season

I love making pies. Some people have the false idea that pies are difficult to make. Not true. In fact, that's one of the reasons I love making them so much. You can make a homemade pie crust in 10 minutes, then just fill it with lots of fruit mixed with lemon juice, flour, and sugar, bake it and you're good!

I made a blueberry pie the other day, but had trouble buying enough blueberries for the pie because it turns out they weren't in season. So, I've found a pie recipe for every month depending on what's in season so your pie can taste the best that it can.


A Pie Recipe for Each Month of the Year Based on What's in Season

I love making pies. Some people have the false idea that pies are difficult to make. Not true. In fact, that's one of the reasons I love making them so much. You can make a homemade pie crust in 10 minutes, then just fill it with lots of fruit mixed with lemon juice, flour, and sugar, bake it and you're good!

I made a blueberry pie the other day, but had trouble buying enough blueberries for the pie because it turns out they weren't in season. So, I've found a pie recipe for every month depending on what's in season so your pie can taste the best that it can.


A Pie Recipe for Each Month of the Year Based on What's in Season

I love making pies. Some people have the false idea that pies are difficult to make. Not true. In fact, that's one of the reasons I love making them so much. You can make a homemade pie crust in 10 minutes, then just fill it with lots of fruit mixed with lemon juice, flour, and sugar, bake it and you're good!

I made a blueberry pie the other day, but had trouble buying enough blueberries for the pie because it turns out they weren't in season. So, I've found a pie recipe for every month depending on what's in season so your pie can taste the best that it can.


A Pie Recipe for Each Month of the Year Based on What's in Season

I love making pies. Some people have the false idea that pies are difficult to make. Not true. In fact, that's one of the reasons I love making them so much. You can make a homemade pie crust in 10 minutes, then just fill it with lots of fruit mixed with lemon juice, flour, and sugar, bake it and you're good!

I made a blueberry pie the other day, but had trouble buying enough blueberries for the pie because it turns out they weren't in season. So, I've found a pie recipe for every month depending on what's in season so your pie can taste the best that it can.



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