This is a new one, but already one of my favorites. Each new month, Free People delivers a list of produces in season, along with gorgeous photos by Julie Lee. January's list can be found here (yay for blood oranges!).
I also use the Eat Seasonably calendar. It's a bit less comprehensive (and less pretty), but it's a truly handy tool. You can either use the interactive wheel calendar, or download a printable version (perfect to put on the fridge).
Everest's Kitchen Cheat Sheet is amazingly helpful. Above is just a small portion- the full cheat sheet covers metric conversion, meat cuts, cooking times, storage, and freezer storage times, all available in printable versions at the bottom of the page.
Williams-Sonoma salad chart makes it so easy to mix and match! Also love the recipes in their "30 days of salads" roundup.
I don't drink wine, and I don't know anything about it, so this Basic Wine Guide infographic comes handy when I have guests. I especially use the "wine with food" section, that helps you selecting a wine to pair with your meal.
MORE GREAT RESOURCES
- Veggie cooking cheat sheet (boiled, steamed, roasted, and microwaved)
- Swaps and substitutions
- Vitamins cheat sheet: what they do and which foods they are in
Edited to add:
Tam from Spinster Snacks mentioned Local Harvest in the comments. This website helps you find farmers' markets, family farms, and other sources of sustainably grown food in your area!