Taste Of Fall: Farmer’s Market Pickups

Published on: November 4, 2016

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When the air gets crisp and the leaves begin to turn, there’s no doubt that fall has arrived. With the smell of fresh apple cider and pumpkin spice in the air, nothing beats a trip to the farmer’s market to pick up the best the season has to offer for all our favorite fall recipes. From apples to squash, here is what we’re grabbing at the market this weekend:

What’s more synonymous with the season than pumpkin? This year we’re planning to get creative in the kitchen using it for both sweet and savory dishes and even some pumpkin seed butter!

Two squash, one cut in half, with sprigs of rosemary

Delicata squash, sometimes referred to as sweet potato squash because of its taste, differs from other types of winter squash due to its soft texture. It’s great stuffed, fried, or sautéed!

A dish of roasted squash and brussel sprouts

As delicious as they are versatile, We’ll be grabbing as many persimmons as we can carry. Enjoy them raw or bake into a delicious tart.

A bowl of apples next to a knife and a few halved apples

And, of course, apples! Nothing compared to the first bite of apple pie of the season. We’ll be grabbing a variety of sweet and tart options to perfect our recipe as we creep closer to the holidays.

If maneuvering around the kitchen isn’t your cup of tea, you can always let the team at Jams do the heavy lifting. Our Fall Menu includes locally sourced, seasonal ingredients you’re sure to enjoy!

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