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February’s Seasonal Veg

February is traditionally seen to be last month of Winter. Albeit sometimes the weather likes to tell us something different. Technically, spring is right around the corner. So before that happens, we would like to take a moment to celebrate some of the best seasonal Veg that February has to offer. So what can we get at its peak in February?

February’s Best and Brightest

Blood Oranges

Cauliflower

Cabbage

Clams

Cockles

Goose

Horseradish

Jerusalem Artichoke

Radicchio

Kale

Leeks

Mutton

Rhubarb

Purple Sprouting Broccoli

Swede

Oysters

Here at Ross and Ross Events, we like to utilise the very best of seasonal and local produce. February, for us , contains some of the most wonderful and versatile veg the year has to offer. So, with February drawing to a close soon – how about grabbing some inspiration from our menu items below and trying something a bit different this weekend!

Whole Roasted Cauliflower:

This item features on our BBQ Sharing menu and is a fantastic veggie/vegan option. We like to Roast ours with some BBQ spices, but the choice is yours. The sweet flavour palate of cauliflower makes it the ideal companion for a range of spices and herbs. If you’re a fan you should also check our charcoal battered Cauliflower served with a spicy sriracha inspired dip.

Purple Sprouting Broccoli:

Now onto a firm team favourite, again from our BBQ sharing Menu: Charred Tenderstem , French Beans, Salsa Verde & Sesame Seed Yuzu. Fresh, crisp and bright it makes the best accompaniment to any main dish. So why not try switch up your normal Sunday roast veg and replace it with this delicious option. We promise you, you won’t regret it!

Blood Oranges:

Again, so amazingly versatile. Whether is an ice cold G&T made with Malfy’s delectable Blood Orange Gin (You can thank us later) or our strong contender for team favourite dessert: Baked Chocolate Ganache , yoghurt and Blood Orange Marmalade. The Yoghurt cuts through the rich, oozing ganache and the marmalade adds that gorgeously bitter tang that we just can’t get enough of!

So which dish are you going to try? (we wouldn’t blame you if it was all three!) Remember to have a little think about produce when planning your wedding, what dishes do you love most? Which season best highlights your flavour pallet. Struggling to decide? That’s why we are here: drop us a little email today to talk all things seasonal to you: Events@rossandrossevents.co.uk

 

 

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