CSA: Fall Share

At the outset, fall resembles earlier seasons. Summer veg like corn, tomatoes, & peaches still come in through September & October. The cooling weather brings the return of spring produce like lettuce & kale. As Thanksgiving approaches, the farm starts harvesting slow-growing vegetables: autumn squashes, tubers & alliums, roots like celeriac, rutabaga, & turnips. Apples & pears arrive at the market. Fall produce lends itself to easy roasts & bakes, gratins & mashes, stews and few fresh salads.
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Carrot, onion, and celeriac (celery root) make a great base for a chunky stew or (if you blend or strain) a bright, tangy soup. When I have a surplus of these vegetables, I chop and freeze them in the portions I like to use for soup. To use, defrost veg and cook in oil until soft; add broth or water and blend (and/or strain).

Carrot, onion, and celeriac (celery root) make a great base for a chunky stew or (if you blend or strain) a bright, tangy soup. When I have a surplus of these vegetables, I chop and freeze them in the portions I like to use for soup. To use, defrost veg and cook in oil until soft; add broth or water and blend (and/or strain).

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Apple-Oat Muffins with Cranberries & Pecans from Three Many Cooks. I liked the texture of these, which called for grated apples rather than applesauce.

Apple-Oat Muffins with Cranberries & Pecans from Three Many Cooks. I liked the texture of these, which called for grated apples rather than applesauce.

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Roasted Cabbage Rounds, at Table Matters. I sometimes rub on a little earthy spice--ground coriander, dry mustard--but roast cabbage carmelizes and becomes nutty and sweet, so you don't need to do much to it.

Roasted Cabbage Rounds, at Table Matters. I sometimes rub on a little earthy spice--ground coriander, dry mustard--but roast cabbage carmelizes and becomes nutty and sweet, so you don't need to do much to it.

The sea dog is not really a thing but should definitely be a thing because it’s that good. (If you’ve been to the Red Rooster on route 22 in Brewster, NY, you already know this is true.) The batter alone should become your go-to whenever you fry fish.

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Mustard-Parmesan Whole Roasted Cauliflower Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network - FoodNetwork.com

Mustard-Parmesan Whole Roasted Cauliflower Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network - FoodNetwork.com

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