The cool mornings and hints of orange and yellow in the leaves mean that summer is giving way to fall. Most farmers markets are still full of summer’s tomatoes, peppers, and zucchini, but cooler weather crops like leafy greens, apples, and winter squash are starting to show up, too.
As the weather changes, so do our meal preferences. It’s not too hot to use the oven and soup is back on the menu. Kids are back in school, bringing back the morning rush and making evenings busier with activities. Sports fans enjoy tailgating almost as much as the actual game. With these fall activities in mind, here are some recipes to add to your menu this season. Continue reading
It may not feel like it with the unusually warm weather, but today is the official first day of winter. My favorite part is that starting tomorrow, the days will begin to get longer again. Yay!
Winter is not typically thought of as a prime time for seasonal produce. However, many local farmers are able to offer fruits and veggies that grow in cooler weather or store well. Also, tropical fruits, like citrus fruits, pomegranates, or pineapples, are in season in winter.
Winter Produce Recipes
If we finally get some real winter weather, soup is always a great warming comfort food to enjoy.
Winter Soup Recipes
And as a holiday treat, I threw in a few seasonally flavored dessert options, too!
Winter Dessert Recipes
What are some of your family’s favorite winter recipes? Share in the comments!