British Produce In Season: November

Can you believe that November is already knocking on our mud splattered doors? November is one of my favourite months of the year, not least because it's my birth month. I love the smell in the air, that mixture of wood smoke and damp leaves, I love the sound of fireworks erupting across empty black Winter skies, and unlike many, I love the shorter days, drawing the curtains at the end of the afternoon and snuggling down in soft lighting with a book and my cats. But most of all I love the foods so readily associated with November (and I'm not necessarily talking about the toffee apples and s'mores!)

So, for those of you hitting the independent shops or farmer's markets soon, here's a list of just some of the amazing British produce in season in November, if you can think of anything I've missed - don't forget to shout!

Apple
Brussels Sprouts
Cabbage
Celeriac
Chestnuts
Clams
Cobnuts
Cranberries
Duck (Wild)
Horseradish
Jerusalem Artichokes
Kale
Mackerel
Mussels
Oysters
Pears
Pheasant
Pumpkin
Parsnips
Quince
Romanesco Cauliflower
Salsify
Scallops
Sea Bass
Swede
Venison
Watercress
Winkles

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