Falling for Fruits
Some call it fall, some call it autumn. We call it apple pie season. Learn more about fall fruits and the recipes we love most.
Few things scream fall like freshly harvested apples. Whether you're making caramel apples, apple pie, or baked apples, or simply enjoying one as a healthy snack, apples are a staple food in early fall.
Learn the different types of apples and which ones are best for baking.
Featured Fall Produce
Preheat the oven, we're about to roast some veggies. Learn a little bit about our seasonal favorites.
Making appearances in all of our favorite fall dishes, meet the roots being harvested this fall.
These earthy, sweet root veggies come in several varieties, from the characteristic deep crimson to gold, white, and chioggia—the one that shows its alternating red and white rings when cut horizontally.
To roast, remove the stems, scrub the beets, wrap each in foil, and bake for 45 to 90 minutes, depending on their size, at 400°F. Let them cool slightly and then peel the skins off with gloves. (They have a tendency to stain hands.) You can also make them into beet burgers or beet chips.
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