Depending on where you call home, late autumn may seem like a tricky time to find seasonal fruits and vegetables that are native to your area. But despite chilly temperatures, there’s still plenty of tasty, in-season produce that’s ripe for the picking.
To get better acquainted with the fruits and veggies that are seasonal in your state, why not try hosting a farm-to-table brunch with friends and family? Decorate with a bit of fall foliage, and gather around the table for farm-fresh fare that’s heavy on flavor but light on environmental impact. What better way to spend a crisp weekend morning?
To get you started, Earth911 called on a few of our favorite food bloggers and assembled a delightful menu made from seasonal produce that can be found locally almost anywhere in the U.S. Check out the full menu here, then click through to learn more about each decadent dish. Pick a few recipes, or host a larger gathering and try them all!
Fresh apple and carrot juice
Apple cider mimosas
Butternut squash and kale frittata
Potato and beet hash with goat cheese
Warm pumpkin breakfast bowl with fall fruit
Whole-wheat pear and hazelnut scones
Vegan pumpkin pancakes
Winter squash and apple muffins
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