A love of good food and a desire to learn how to build websites lead me to create Eat the Seasons. Established in 2004, Eat the Seasons is now - I believe - the UK's leading seasonal food resource. Popular with both food professionals and keen home cooks, the site attracts over 100,000 visitors each month.
The site is run as a hobby, rather than a commercial venture. We aim to keep ads to a minimum - no flashing banners, no GoogleAds, no promotion of miracle weight-loss solutions or shopping coupon rackets. Running costs are supported thanks to users' donations, Amazon affiliate links and occasional site sponsorship from selected organisations.
If you have any comments, queries or suggestions for improving the site, please get in touch using the email address in the page footer. Please note that I do not contract pieces of writing or work for inclusion on the site and, whilst I am happy to recommend excellent complementary websites, I do not post reciprocal links. Also, due to an as yet unremedied 'hours in the day' deficit, it may take me some days to respond to emails.