eating with the seasons fall

As summer fades to fall, so do the food choices we tend to gravitate towards. Summer lends itself perfectly to lighter ingredients, smoothies, BBQ grilling options, and superfood salads (+ all of these other summer ingredients).

But fall? Fall reminds us that change is right around the corner. The leaves change colors and eventually fall from the trees; our taste buds change to crave the autumn harvest.

We are advocates for shopping local and supporting farmers, so this is the second of four articles (click HERE to read the first + understand why it is important to eat according to the seasons) we are sharing to help you understand which foods are “in season.”

Eating with the Seasons Fall (September-November)

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  1. Apples
  2. Asian Pear
  3. Cranberries
  4. Figs
  5. Grapes
  6. Guava
  7. Jalapeno Pepper
  8. Jujube (Apple)
  9. Key Lime
  10. Kumquats
  11. Passion Fruit
  12. Pear
  13. Persimmons
  14. Pineapple
  15. Pomegranate
  16. Quince
  17. Tomatillos



  1. Acorn Squash
  2. Arugula
  3. Beets
  4. Brussels Sprouts
  5. Butter Lettuce
  6. Butternut Squash
  7. Cabbage
  8. Carrots
  9. Cauliflower
  10. Celery
  11. Chayote Squash
  12. Chinese Long Beans
  13. Delicata Squash
  14. Eggplant
  15. Endive
  16. Fennel
  17. Green Onions/Scallions
  18. Horseradish
  19. Jerusalem Artichoke
  20. Kale
  21. Kohlrabi
  22. Leeks
  23. Okra
  24. Mushrooms
  25. Pumpkin
  26. Radicchio
  27. Rutabagas
  28. Shallots
  29. Spinach
  30. Sweet Potato
  31. Swiss Chard
  32. Turnip
  33. Zucchini



  1. Garlic
  2. Ginger
  3. Lemongrass
  4. Parsley
  5. Rosemary
  6. Sage
  7. Thyme

What are your favorite fall picks?

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