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What's In Season Now...
Here at Marsala Rama we think it is important to eat what is in season now - so we have come up with a guide on what to eat right now, bang in season. Each month, we'll list the vegetables, herbs, fruit, fish and meat that are at their best at any given time. We hope you enjoy the season's larder.
What's In Season and What To Eat Now...
Heritage tomatoes, subtle cobnuts and fruit galore - as well as the Glorious Twelfth and all that brings. The plots are pumping it out.
The clocks go-back, fires are lit and the dark days return to our shores once more - but for Marsala Rama, the UK's seasonal larder could'nt be more exciting.
Tis the season to be jolly. Goose, Jerusalems and Brussel Sprouts are just some of our personal favs at Marsala Rama - and seafood lovers are in seventh heaven.
The wind is holwing, the rain is lashing and then frost bitten nights are a daily occurence. But for us at Marsala Rama nature's larder could not be more giving.
Spider Crabs come into their own this time a year, as well as fantastic blood orange, savoys and salsify. Seafood and fish lovers are in seventh heaven.
At Marsala Rama HQ we're awash with Wild Garlic - but you can also look forward to tucking into beautiful venison, as well as forced and coastline sea kale.
Fattened up after eating all of Marsala Rama's Cavalo Nero no doubt, wood pigeon is in abundance this month, as well as zingy sorrel and chives.
Goosegogs - beautiful jewels of sourness that get sweeter the longer you leave them - perfect for fools like Marsala Rama as well as sardinas a la plancha.
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The hard work on the plot is paid back in spades this month - potatoes like jewels in the earth and the sweetest sweetcorn you'll ever sink your teeth into.
See What's In Season in July >
The start of the wild mushroom season is upon us, as well as the promise of the autumnal larder to come - wild blackberries, bilberries and raspberries dominate.
What's the story, John Dory? All hail the Kale? It's tme for Marsala Rama's favourite fish to take a bow, as well as our favourite green vegetable.