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Fall Produce Guide for Menu Planning

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Here it is already into November, and I have to say that I meant to share this Fall Produce Guide for menu planning a while back. We have actually been getting some chilly evenings and mornings. Boots and sweater season is coming, I just know it!

While we do not get all the beautiful fall foliage here in southern California, I do hope to catch some of the beautiful changing colors of autumn on my next trip to the east coast. I think that the oranges, yellows, and browns are simply breathtaking. I love the sound of leaves crunching beneath me.

Fall in Oregon

If you have been here a while, you know that I love celebrating each season and the foods that come with each one. Some of my favorites recipes are my Sweet Baked Butternut Squash, Mini Apple Tarts and Pumpkin everything!


I also love Billberries/blueberries in pretty much anything. Pears are terrific in casseroles and fall salads as are shallots, tomatoes, cucumber and Kale. Paired with a homemade salad dressing and you also have a nice side dish for the holidays.

fall produce guide - bluebarries

The Fall produce in season may vary a little depending on where you live, but having a plan when you shop helps you save time and money. It is also a great way to savor the season with fruits and vegetables that are not always at their peak.

Print out this free Fall Produce list and use it to make the most of the produce available right now. There is a spot on this menu planning printable for you to jot down some dinner ideas, side dishes and even some desserts to change things up a bit!

This guide prints out toa out to an 8 1/2″ x 11″ sheet.

Free fall produce guide printable to help take advantage of the great produce that is in season and plan your meals around these foods.

You can find the printable produce guide here.

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Sunday 30th of October 2016

I love this so much! Cassidy just went out and I had written "fall vegetables" on the shopping list and he's like.. "umm.. can you be more specific???" Well I can now!


Monday 31st of October 2016

I am so glad you found it helpful Tamara!


Thursday 27th of October 2016

What a great produce guide!