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Your Seasonal Food Guide for Fall Cooking

Your Seasonal Food Guide for Fall Cooking

The Best Fruits and Veggies to Eat This Fall

Your Fall Seasonal Food GuideFall is the time when we’re really excited to get back into our kitchens and spend some time tinkering again: making long-simmered stews and sauces, braising, baking, and other forms of cooking that we eschew in hotter weather. Luckily, the cooler temperatures bring a whole slew of seasonal goodies to cook with, from crisp apples and juicy pears to hearty greens, sweet root vegetables, and sturdy winter squash. Make the most of what you’ll find at the markets this autumn with our comprehensive guide for buying, storing, and preparing the season’s best produce, plus plenty of recipe ideas to put it all to use.  Click here to view original web page at www.saveur.com

When making your selections, consider the many varieties of winter squash.  They tend to stay fresh longer;  a few weeks on the counter (think about creating a centerpiece on your table) and months in the refrigerator.

Here are 55 Healthy Seasonal Squash Recipes (Click here to view original web page at greatist.com )

Apples, pears, brussels sprouts, parsnips, and cauliflower are all considered ‘Superfoods’ and they are now coming into season.  Make sure you include them when menu planning.  Here are some recipes to get you started.

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