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Edible Winter from the Gardenista Photo Gallery

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Edible Winter from the Gardenista Photo Gallery

January 15, 2014

We’re deep in the heart of winter, but there are still delightful things to eat straight from the garden. Here, we’ve rounded up some winter food favorites from the Gardenista Photo Gallery, a collection of nearly 4,000 images sorted by color, style, season, and more. Browse our gallery of Winter Edibles, and find further inspiration below:

Above: We love the look of Leila’s Shop in London–not to mention her beautiful produce. See for yourself in Shopper’s Diary: Leila’s Way with Fruit and Vegetables, then browse all 40 Shop Interiors in our gallery. Photograph by Kendra Wilson.

Above: Though it’s part of Christmas breakfast tradition in Erin Boyle’s and Olivia Rae James’ families, this orange preparation is new to me: broiled and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar. (I’ll try it for dessert.) Learn more in DIY: A Menu for Christmas Morning, and welcome some color in January via our Orange gallery. Photograph by Olivia Rae James.

Above: Maybe raw celeriac bulbs don’t whet the appetite, but take a look at the gratin that Erin transforms them into: Baking Bulbs: Celeriac Gratin with Thyme and Gruyere. Or browse bulbs of the flowery kind in our gallery of 137 images of Bulbs & Tubers. Photograph by Erin Boyle.

Above: Take a look at Erin’s recipe for kale salad–a delightful primer if you don’t know what to do with kale–in Fall Favorite: Raw Kale Salad with Apples and Almonds. Then see what looks good to you in our gallery of Garden-to-Table Recipes. Photograph by Erin Boyle

For more fun in the gallery, visit our collections of British Style Gardens, Houseplants, and Pink in the Garden.

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