When you think of fall, do certain comfort foods come immediately to mind? Harvest time brings all the wonderful flavors of fall to our northern MI farmer market. Stop by to pick up delicious goods to create a wonderful Thanksgiving feast. We’ve got so much in store! There are pumpkins, apples of all kinds, and fresh veggies from corn on the cob to zucchini and squash. Fruit is delicious and bountiful, with a great selection. Apples, peaches, plums – the ripe and rich tastes of autumn are here at Farmer White’s.
Our northern MI farmer market, just two miles south of Elk Rapids, MI is a great place to come for inspiration for all your fall meals. We love to share our favorite recipe ideas and quick dinner tips, plus Farmer White’s carries a wonderful selection of salad dressings, pickles, sauces, baking mixes, preserves, jams, and jellies. And don’t forget our freshly baked donuts and pies!
A quick trip to see us will get you everything you need to prepare inspired seasonal dishes with the finest farm fresh ingredients. Often people want to enjoy hearty dishes with the seasonal vegetables and fruit that are plentiful this time of year.
The staff at our northern MI farmer market has some great recipes that use all the fall farm market goodness in new and inspired ways. Take a few minutes to read through and you will compose that shopping list for the farm market with renewed zeal!
Butternut squash, pumpkin, and sweet potato: You can do much more than just bake them with a bit of butter and brown sugar. So much more! The food aficionados at Bon Appetite have compiled the most amazing recipes(22 to be exact!) that use the seasonal stars many of us prepare in the same old boring way. This fall, try something different! They all look yummy but the roasted butternut squash with spicy onions, the sweet potato wedges with lime mayo, and the pumpkin shrimp curryreally stand out.
Cauliflower: If you are looking for something unique to do with a veggie side, you must check out this incredible recipe to roast a whole head of cauliflower. It’s not too difficult, but looks very ambitious, perfect for festive fall dinners. This Huffington Post article details how to make spicy whole roasted cauliflower (a PureWow Original Recipe).
Root vegetables: When the weather gets colder, hearty meals are filling and warm the soul. If you like soup, this Canadian Living recipe for beet borscht, a traditional vegetable soup served in Russia and the Ukraine, uses all sorts of farm market veggies. You’ll need onions, fresh garlic, beets, cabbage, potatoes, celery, and carrots. Simmered to perfection, this traditional soup quickly becomes a family favorite.
Excited to stock up on all the great fresh fall harvest foods? Come and visit Farmer White’s, the northern MI farmer market that has served the region since 1958. We have all the finest ingredients for fall recipes.Share on Twitter Share on Facebook