Editor's note: Updated 1.2.21
Have a craving for fresh produce but not sure what's in season in February? Let us help you discover more than a dozen fruits and vegetables you can cook with this month.
From radishes and fennel to parsnips and sweet potatoes, you'll have no trouble finding delicious eats in February. Here's a list of 14 vegetables and fruits that are currently in season across the United States.
Brussels sprouts are rich in vitamin C and vitamin K, not to mention a wealth of minerals. This cruciferous vegetable is delicious in a variety of preparations: roasted, sautéed and even used in soups or breakfast dishes.
Discover how to make a Brussels sprouts quiche.
Nutritious, sweet and incredibly versatile, sweet potatoes are a gift of the season.
Find more delicious sweet potato recipes here.
This aromatic bulb adds oomph to fish, chicken and meats. Fennel is also delicious shaved fresh and tossed into salads.
Find more tasty fennel recipes here.
Butternut squash is another tasty winter vegetable to keep on your shopping list.
It is amazing roasted but butternut squash also performs well in soups, pasta fillings and even desserts.
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Everyone's favorite starchy vegetable is in full bloom this month.
Here are some of our favorite potato recipes.
Citrus offers that burst of color, flavor and energy we all need during the winter.
Elevate your citrus game with out Michelin starred citrus recipes.
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Beets are a joy to eat thanks to their sweetness. Plus, there are the perfect pairing for salty cheeses like feta. But there is so much you can do with this hearty veggie.
These fiery little powerhouses add crunch and vitality to the coldest months of the year.
Learn how to cook with radishes.
This bountiful brassica comes into full swing in February. Baked, boiled, fried or even turned into carb-free cauliflower rice, there are plenty of ways to add cauliflower to your menu this month.
Check out our five best recipes with cauliflower.
Boiled, roasted, mashed and pickled, there are so many ways in which to cook the trusty turnip.
Kale, the winter superfood, perfect for smoothies, raw in salads or turned into crispy chips.
You can always count on cabbage when the weather gets colder. It keeps well and lends itself to any number of dishes, from coleslaw to cabbage chips and kimchi.
Here's how to cook cabbage in tasty and flavourful ways.
Mild and sweet leeks are the perfect seasonal addition to soups, sauces and stews.