It's a new year so a great chance to up your committment to using seasonal ingredients in your cooking. If you're on a post-Christmas health kick, there are plenty of seasonal vegetables to keep you going: low in fat roasted butternut squash, carrots, cauliflower and parsnips made into nutritious soups and flavoursome sprouts creamed or sauteed. Not forgetting the fish and seafood: mussels, skate and salmon are at their best at this time of year. For the days where you need something with a little more substance (we all need a spot of comfort food when it's cold outside!), January's seasonal foods also include duck and lamb, roasted or stewed, and winter fruits in cakes and crumbles. So start the new year with some quality fare and start cooking with January's seasonal ingredients.