You know it’s fall when all the apples start showing up at the farm stands and farmer’s markets. We have a nursery/farm near us that grows several varieties – and they are all so amazing. My favorite is honey crisp and they have a new varietal of it called, dragonfly. It’s amazing.
Different apples are good for different things. This delicious breakfast uses two different kinds – and they worked together fabulously!
Fall is the perfect time to create wonderful apple recipes. You can get apples straight from the farm that have no wax to clean off the skin – they are fresh and full of so many vitamins and minerals. And fall apples make amazing dishes!
Here is a great way to use some of these tasty fruits.
I’m loving the cooler weather. I’m gathering the last of garden and adding some cold weather crops. And totally loving eating soups!
It’s funny how each season has a special kind of food that we love and it simply makes the season – Winter slow cooked casseroles, Spring vegetables, Summer fruits and fall soups! Which is your favorite season and what do you make for dinner?
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I pulled out the squash plants and harvested the last of them and the green beans. I’ve been freezing what we don’t eat with each harvest. It’s the best way I know to keep the harvest for winter and not risk anything spoiling before we can eat it.
Here are the basics on freezing the harvest. Continue reading
The harvest is winding down. I’ve been freezing the jalapeño chiles but they just keep coming! I picked a basket full and decided to thaw the ones in the freezer and pickle them with the ones I just picked. I love pickled jalapeños!
Oktoberfest is winding up. It runs this year from September 16 until October 3. So there’s still time to whip up a German dinner and celebrate the holiday!