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Harvest Snapshots

Peppers

Radishes

Kohlrabi

Parsnips

Parsnips. I love these peeled and roasted, or gently cooked in butter and drizzled with honey or maple syrup. Lovely as a side dish or served for breakfast.

Fish

Pears

Cauliflower

Cauliflower

Italian plums

Seckel pears

Seckel pears. These are excellent, poached in wine and spices or turned into a fruit tart.

Nectarines

Apples and cranberries

German butterball potatoes

German butterball potatoes. Forget Yukon Gold; these are buttery and dense, with a superb, creamy starch that makes them perfect for roasting, baking and frying.

Brussels sprouts

Brussels sprouts

Squashes

Pumpkins

Indian corn

Cabbages

Crate

Jonagold apples



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