Nutrition
September 23, 2015

The ultimate Tennessee fall produce guide

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Heading to the farmers market? Make your grocery list with our seasonal fall produce guide.

 

The Southern fall is officially here, y’all! While we’ll miss summer’s juicy peaches and berries, the fall means hearty vegetables and cooler temperatures.

Looking to celebrate fall this weekend? We have a suggestion: Visit your favorite farmers market. Want to try a new one? Visit this comprehensive list of Tennessee farmers markets, organized by county, from the Tennessee Department of Agriculture.

Fall in the South means tons of greens like mustard, collards, radicchio and kale. (Check out our favorite salad dressings here!) You’ll also find sturdy, hearty veggies like beets, broccoli and cabbage in the fall. Fruit, unfortunately, is harder to come by, with the delicious exception of apples.

Menu planning? Use your favorite fall vegetables in a salad with in our favorite dressings for dinner tonight!

September

Apples
Arugula
Basil
Beets
Bell Pepper
Blackberries
Cabbage
Carrots
Collards
Hot Peppers
Kale
Mustard
Pumpkins
Raspberries
Radish
Scallions
Squash
Swiss Chard
Turnips
Zucchini

 

October

Apples
Arugula
Basil
Beets
Bell Pepper
Blackberries
Bok Choy
Broccoli
Cabbage
Carrots
Collards
Hot Peppers
Kale
Mustard
Pumpkins
Radicchio
Raspberries
Radish
Scallions
Squash
Sweet Potatoes
Swiss Chard
Turnips
Winter Squash
Zucchini

 

November

Apples
Arugula
Basil
Beets
Bell Pepper
Bok Choy
Broccoli
Cabbage
Carrots
Collards
Hot Peppers
Kale
Mustard
Pumpkins
Radicchio
Radish
Scallions
Squash
Sweet Potatoes
Swiss Chard
Turnips
Winter Squash
Zucchini

 

December

Apples
Arugula
Collards
Kale
Mustard
Radicchio
Radish
Sweet Potatoes
Swiss Chard
Turnips
Winter Squash

Menu planning? Use your favorite fall vegetables in a salad with in our favorite dressings for dinner tonight!

Lunch, Dinner

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