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February | What's in Season This Month?

February is just a few days away! Love, football, and delicious food are in the air and we can’t get enough. The shortest month of the year brings us many delicious winter veggies that we simply can’t wait to devour. Keep reading to find out the best foods to stock your pantry with this month!

4 Foods in Season This Month

1. Cabbage

What to Eat in February | Cabbage Meal Kits

Cabbage is an inexpensive leafy green that can be used in a wide variety of dishes. This versatile vegetable can be enjoyed both cooked and raw and is commonly used as a stand-alone side dish.

We’ve partnered with the king of barbecue, Myron Mixon, to create a coleslaw that is sure to impress guests. Use it as a side or to top a pulled pork sandwich—the possibilities are endless.

If you’re looking for the ultimate comfort food, try the Fried Herb Chicken with Apple-Cabbage Coleslaw from The New York Times Cooking. The sweet crunch from the apple-cabbage coleslaw combined with the savory, crispy skin makes for a hearty meal the whole family will love.

Try it In: Mama's Coleslaw & Fried Herb Chicken with Apple-Cabbage Coleslaw

2. Broccoli

What to Eat in February | Broccoli Meal Kits

Broccoli has made a major comeback. What was once a boring, steamed side dish has now become a delicious main, injected with flavor. Roasted, grilled, raw—there’s no wrong way to cook broccoli, not to mention all the health benefits you’ll get from just a serving.

At Chef’d, we love adapting to the ever-changing food trends. We’ve partnered with Spoon Fork Bacon to bring you a truly gourmet dish that’s simple to create in your own home. The Sour Cherry Gastrique Rack of Lamb is bursting with rich flavor. This dish is made with a side of seasoned broccoli, roasted to perfection in a way that will leave your mouth watering.

On the other side of the spectrum, Prevention has created a power bowl filled with our favorite bushy greens to transform a simple stir-fry into something that you’ll crave time and time again. Give the Orange Chicken and Broccoli Stir-Fry a try tonight!

Try it in: Sour Cherry Gastrique Rack of Lamb with Roasted Broccolini & Orange Chicken and Broccoli Stir-Fry

3. Fennel

What to Eat in February | Fennel Meal Kits

Fennel can be enjoyed in many different ways. The bulb, stalk, leaves, and seeds are all edible, making this one of the most versatile veggies in its class. The strong licorice flavor is a great addition to many Italian style dishes to create a hearty, textured dish.

We have many fennel meal kits in our marketplace. The elegant Mahi-Mahi and Fennel dish from the American Diabetes Association is a quick and easy dish where fennel is truly the star. If you’re easing into fennel for the first time, the Snapper with Fennel, Onion, and Tomato dish by Melissa D’Arabian lets fennel stay out of the way of the other, bolder flavors in the dish, but adds a touch of crunchiness that rounds out the meal.

Try it in: Mahi Mahi and Fennel & Snapper with Fennel Onion and Tomato

4. Parsnips

What to Eat in February | Cabbage Meal Kits

What’s a parsnip? A parsnip is a root vegetable that is a combination of carrots and parsley. If you’ve never cooked with these pale vegetables before, just think of them like a sweet potato. They can be roasted with herbs, boiled and mashed, or chopped and used as a side—their versatility is endless.

For a gourmet spin on parsnips, give our Ocean Trout dish a try. Parsnips are roasted to perfection in a maple glaze to create an exceptionally sweet flavor to cut the savory sea bass.

If you’re looking for something a little lighter, the Honey Mustard Chicken with Roasted Vegetables by AllRecipes is a great option. Cubed squash, parsnips, and sweet potatoes form a flavorful bed for the mustard-infused chicken, completing this quick and easy meal.

Try it in: Ocean Trout with Maple Roasted Parsnips & Honey Mustard Chicken with Roasted Vegetables



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  • I have ordered from Chef’d many times and have loved every recipe! Whether you’re trying something new ,a different version of a favorite, or just learning to cook their menu has something to fit the bill. As an advanced home cook I love the impeccable freshness of ingredients. Perfect for RVing! All spices and sauce ingredients included. No need to stock your pantry! Totally impressed with the packaging. Fridge wasn’t working and food kept fresh for 2 days till we could stop and repair it. Still absolutely fresh. Love you Chef’d ?

    Laurie Anderson

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