Fall is here! Officially! It’s one of my favorite times of the year. With cooler temperatures, we get a sense of culinary freedom that brings us back inside to heat up the kitchen once again. Even though the weather may get cooler in the autumn months, the produce choices heats up. There is amazing seasonal produce being harvested, which will make traveling to your local market extra special in the coming months.
A staple for autumn festivities, these delightful fruits can be amazingly sweet tasting (as is the case with sugar pumpkins, also called pie pumpkins). They are among the most versatile members of the gourd-winter squash- family, so scout your local farmers market for varying varieties.
Follow this link to find all of my Paleo Pumpkin Recipes from the blog.
Apples are another staple of autumn festivities….you’ve been the bobbing for apples booths at the fairs right? Apples are crisp and delicious and the varieties range from sweet to tart. Tart apples best retain their texture during cooking or baking are better to choose when baking. Sweeter varieties like Braeburn, Honey Crisp, Fuji, and Gala are usually best eaten raw but can be used shredded in baked recipes.
Follow this link to find all of my Paleo Apple Recipes from the blog.
Happy Fall everyone and happy cooking!