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In case you haven’t noticed the sharp increase in all things pumpkin in your social media newsfeeds or on your daily coffee run, Fall is here, you guys! Tis the season of Pumpkin Spice Lattes, pumpkin-scented candles, and, well, anything pumpkin related goes here.

In our world, Fall begs for the following: hearty, home-cooked meals; more time in the kitchen; and a rekindling of our friendship with the oven and stove. Personally speaking (Lindsey here), the Fall ground gives birth to some of favorite fruits and vegetables. They are sturdy, subtly sweet, crisp, warming and comforting — the perfect profile for the impending chilly months. As a tribute to Fall’s perfect produce, we’ve created a list of its best in hopes that you, too, find yourself spending more time in the markets, your kitchen, and around the dinner table.

Before we get started, it should be said that what’s in season in your area may be different from what’s found on this list. Think of this list as a general guide and do some researching in your area to find unique seasonal produce items. A farmers’ market is a wonderful resource for seasonal eating as this is where you’ll find the freshest, most in-season foods in your surrounding area. Here are a few links that will help you 1) find a farmers’ market near you; and 2) research more about seasonal foods and eating:

Local Harvest (localharvest.org/farmers-markets)

Eat Well Guide (eatwellguide.org)

Farmers’ Market Online (farmersmarketonline.com)

Sustainable Table (sustainabletable.org/seasonalguide)

In general, these are the foods you’ll likely find lurking around stores and markets:

1. Apples
2. Beets
3. Broccoli
4. Broccoli Rabe
5. Brussel Sprouts
6. Cabbage
7. Carrots
8. Cauliflower
9. Celery
10. Celery Root
11. Fennel
12. Figs
13. Garlic
14. Grapes
15. Greens (such as kale)
16. Parsnips
17. Pears
18. Persimmons
19. Pomegranates
20. Pumpkin
21. Sweet potatoes
22. Swiss Chard
23. Turnips
24. Wild mushrooms
25. Winter squash (acorn, butternut, and spaghetti are examples)

Over the next couple of weeks, we’ll be highlighting some of our favorites from this list: Talking about how to select and store them, and various ways to prepare them. (We’ll probably unleash our inner-study-loving-selves and throw a few health tips in the mix while we’re at it.) If you’re eager to get a jump start on the recipes, be sure to subscribe to our blog Eat. Think. Nourish. (www.eatthinknourish.com) as this is where our recipes get posted first (along with fun little anecdotes about our lives). By subscribing, these recipes and stories will be delivered directly to your mailbox!

In the meantime, pop on over to our Facebook page and let us know what you’re creating with Fall’s finest. You can visit us on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/NourishedCoaching

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