grocery savings

What’s in season: australian guide for summer

This website may earn commissions from purchases made through links in this post.

summer fruit The summer printable fruit and vegetable guide is a month late, but as they say, better late than never.

Summer means an abundance of fruit, particularly tropical fruit. And for me, Mangoes especially play a big role on the menu.

Mango chutney, mango smoothie, mango curry and of course, mango savoured on its own – the seed sucked over the sink, dripping juice.

Summer is also the time of the tomato and the over abundance of zucchini. Next week I’ll share a recipe that’s tasty, easy, healthy and uses both these ingredients with a bit of a twist.

As always, with the seasonal guide, there will be some regional variation as to what’s in season when.

Some summer recipes from the blog

You can download the Summer Season Fruit and Vegetable Guide here or click on the pic.

summer seasonal produce

JOIN THE NEWSLETTER

Similar Posts

3 Comments

  1. I love all the fruits of summer as well, and I’m trying to think of how to preserve them so that I can enjoy them in the winter. I’ve checked out your mango relish recipe and am thinking of making some plum jam (and maybe nectarine relish).

    I also didn’t realise okra was in season. I’ve always wanted to try cooking it. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. I find these seasonal guides really useful 🙂 it’s such an easy way to know what will be well priced so you can plan out your meals without having to check the prices of fresh fruit and veges first!

Comments are closed.