Inside the issue: INSEASON Autumn 2021

Inside the issue: INSEASON Autumn 2021
The cool days of autumn have arrived, and with it comes a bounty of seasonal fruits, veges and recipes.

“Summer has slipped away for another year and the cool days if autumn have arrived,” writes Editor Michelle McHugh. “The main crop of potatoes are dug, leaving the garden looking bare, but it provides me with plenty of space to plant my winter soup garden.”

In our Autumn issue of INSEASON, garden editor, Franco, shares his guide to growing your own autumn garden with tips that will get soup pots bubbling all over the country. It’s the perfect time to plant winter veges like cauliflower, fennel and kale, and get ready to harvest limes, carrots and broccoli.

Franco also shares his clever composting tips to speed up the natural process, and the most effective organic methods to keep out pests.

Autumn fruits and vegetables are packed full of nutrition, and we’ve got the perfect sweet and savoury recipes to try. Make the most of autumn plums with sumptuous sweets, like plum and salted caramel tart. We celebrate the green heroes of spinach and silverbeet with delicious and versatile dishes, and share our favourite ways to cook parsnips.

Head along to the fermentation station with some easy recipes using seasonal fruit and vegetables, and start the day off right with a nutritious twist on everyday breakfasts. For the plant-based eaters, we’ve packed the issue with our best-ever vegetarian lunch and dinner recipes. Plus, we’ve got the ultimate pasta recipes and burger meals that are sure to become your new family favourites.

Rhubarb is the star this season, and we’ve got plenty of delicious recipes to try, from sponge cakes and sweet pies, to hotcakes and souffles.

Autumn is the perfect time to get creative in the kitchen and enjoy the bounty of summer with tasty jams, marmalade and desserts.

In our wellness section, we look at the medicinal culinary plants, our psychological relationship with foods, what to eat to boost skin health, and dietary tips to lower cholesterol.

Plus, we round up creative kitchen hacks, Easter baking ideas, easy sugar alternatives, pickling and preserving tips and more in our INSEASON cooking school.

Get your copy of INSEASON Autumn in supermarkets or online at – available in New Zealand only. 


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