(Activity/food) is great for (season)

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How would you as a native speaker say these?
I came up with those, but not sure if they are colloquial/correct.

Camping is great for the spring.

Baked rice cake is/cakes are great for winter.

I think plural sounds better but not sure.

I think winter is usually used without "the" but please correct me if I'm wrong.

If I want to talk about the food, should I be specific and say something like "on a cold winter day" etc.?

Thank you!
  • roxcyn

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    American English [AmE]
    Camping is great for spring.
    Baked rice cakes are great for winter.
    Baked rice cakes are great on a cold winter's day.

    I hope that helps.
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