If you love good food...... but are on a gluten-free diet, yeast-free, egg-free, low-fat, palaeolithic, nightshade-free, the Best Bet Diet, or are sensitive to dairy products, allergic to nuts, or just want to eat naturally, healthily and in season… welcome to Sensitive Foodies: the one-stop site for discerning foodies on restrictive diets.
Find out what's in season below. Try the recipes on our Eating-in Recipes page. Go to Eating Out to find places to eat. Learn more about Food Sensitivities, and pick up Foodie Tips on tasty alternatives to everyday food and drink. And if you’re going abroad, use our Eating Away translated foodie phrases. Enjoy!
What's in season in March?Goodbye winter, hello spring! It's definitely on its way now with longer days and bulbs starting to emerge in the garden. Time again to treat ourselves to all things fresh, local and seasonal…
Fruit and veg: beetroot, blood oranges, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, chicory, leeks, mint, mooli, oranges, parsley, pineapple, purple sprouting broccoli, radishes, rhubarb, sorrel, spring greens.
Sustainable fish and light meat: haddock, halibut, John Dory, lemon sole, lobster, mackerel, mussels, oysters, pollock, sardines, sea bass, sea trout, wild rabbit.
Seasonal starters include our Leek and Sweet Potato Soup or for extra colour and antioxidants, Beetroot and Potato Soup.
Mussels with Ginger and Coriander or simple Oysters are a real seasonal treat for seafood lovers.
For mains, try our popular and versatile Mixed Vegetable Thai Green Curry, comfort food Haddock or Pollock with Colcannon (leek and potato mash), our fantastic Easy Fish Stew or go for a gamier option with Paella or Rabbit with Cider, Mustard and Thyme.
Fruity seasonal desserts this month include Rhubarb Crumble and Orange and Cashew Ice Cream.
Finally, what about raw pineapple? As a snack, dessert, or juice - this is a highly nutritious fruit. No room to put all the benefits here, so click here to read more!
Here's to a wonderful month of warming temperatures and longer days... what's not to like?!