Eating

Seasonally

Seasonality of food is the the foundation of the PeachDish menu. Our farmers tell us what will be most delicious (and nutritious!) each week of the year and we use that knowledge to create fresh, seasonal recipes.

Eating

Seasonally

Seasonality of food is the the foundation of the PeachDish menu. Our farmers tell us what will be most delicious (and nutritious!) each week of the year and we use that knowledge to create fresh, seasonal recipes.

Seasonality Map

Seasonality

Map

Summer

Summer is the season for raw, cooling foods, refreshing salads, salsas and slaw.

Fall

Crisp produce abounds in the Fall with colors and flavors as vibrant as the changing leaves.

Winter

Winter is known for preserves, but in the South there is plenty of fresh Winter produce.

Spring

Spring brings us young, tender produce emerging from the winter soil with light, fresh flavors.

Fresher, Tastier

& More Nutritious

Purchasing directly from small-scale growers means enjoying ingredients that are at their peak of ripeness and are absolutely fresh. No sad December tomatoes shipped halfway across the world here!

In-season produce helps you and the environment. By allowing ingredients to grow during their natural seasons, farmers can use low-impact practices and reap tastier, more nutrient-dense foods. Seasonal produce can be harvested and eaten immediately, without lengthy transit and storage times that decrease the ingredient’s quality, and increase its environmental toll.

When you buy directly from farmers, in season, you have the opportunity for dialogue. You can learn about the practices they use to raise and harvest the food you eat. When you know where your food comes from, and who grew it, your dining choices are informed and empowered.

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what’s in season?

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