Spring brings salads, herbs, early vegetables, and edible flowers. Summer brings barbecue flavors and ripe fruits. Fall and winter offer earthier flavors, with wild mushrooms, walnuts, fowl or goose, pumpkins, and other root vegetables. In this book, each seasonal chapter follows a sequence through soups, lighter dishes, vegetarian, fish, main courses, and desserts. Look forward to sizzling venison in the spring, salmon fillet with capers and tarragon in the summer, chicken breasts stuffed with prosciutto and blue cheese in the fall, ginger and lemon fish in winter, and much more. One-Pot Dishes for Every Season is ideal for anyone looking to enjoy the best each season has to offer and for cooks with little time or space in their kitchen.