September’s Seasonal Produce Guide is Here!Antonia Stroe
Keep our September Seasonal Produce Guide close to your kitchen to make the most of fall’s early treasures!
Pumpkin, apples, broccoli, grapes, cauliflower, corn, kale, cucumbers, melons, sweet potatoes…You know what we’re talking about! The spectacular abundance of produce in September is positively overwhelming.
And no month passes without a seasonal produce guide here at Dine Market, so make sure to download our infographic and keep it around for your next market trip (or quicker DineMarket order)!
September is all about enjoying the vibrant, versatile, and heartier produce that thrives throughout the final days of summer and into the gradually cooling temperatures of fall. And since we want to make the most of September’s nourishing fruits and veggies, we’ve prepped you with a list of what’s in season, together with a few quick ideas on how to cook these goodies. Onwards!
September Seasonal Produce Guide – The Full List!
- Arugula – Amazing pick for seasonal salads!
- Avocado – Avocado toast is never out of fashion, and you can get really creative with it!
- Bell Pepper – Have them roasted or stuffed Mediterranean-style. Yum!
- Brussel Sprouts – We love them sautéed or roasted with garlic.
- Celeriac (celery root) – Crunchy and nutty, amazing in warm soups and seasonal salads.
- Celery – A nourishing, creamy celery soup to warm you up.
- Collard Greens – Make sure you try slow-cooked collard greens with bacon!
- Corn – Oh, the classical green corn on the cob!
- Cucumber – Nothing quicker than a cucumber and onion salad.
- Fennel – Don’t stop at salads. Challenge yourself this September with this delicious Fennel Frond Pesto With Lemon and Anchovies
- Potatoes – We don’t know why, but oven-roasted garlic potatoes go so well with the chilly winds outside!
- Tomatoes – Warm up with an autumn-friendly tomato and root vegetable soup.
- Turnips – Don’t let September slip away without some roasted, mashed, or parmesan-crusted crushed turnips.
- Zucchini – Slice it up and throw it in the pan for a quick sauté with garlic & parmesan.
- Spinach – A full-harvest spinach bowl with chunks of butternut squash, chopped apples, and filling quinoa.
- Summer Squash – Enjoy summer squash with ricotta & mint for a fresh, tasty sensation!
- Sweet Potatoes – Cook to impress with a simple spiral sweet potato bake with rosemary and butter.
- Apples – Fall’s just not it without a warm, rustic French apple tart!
- Blackberries – Get a full taste of fall’s fruity flavors with an apple and blackberry crumble or a blackberry autumn pudding!
- Cranberries – Fresh cranberry sauce makes for such a mouthwatering sensation, especially when naturally sweetened with maple syrup.
- Figs – Trust us on this. If you’re a fan of fruit & cheese pairings, you have to try a fig salad with blue or goat’s cheese.
- Grapefruit – Fill up some jars with grapefruit marmalade for later. You’ll thank yourself!
- Grapes – Check out this Almond Ricotta & Roasted Rosemary Grape Tartines recipe if you’re ready to throw in some extra effort for a crazy-good appetizer!
- Honeydew Melon – Smoothie or sorbet? We can’t decide.
- Kiwi – If you’re as much of a fan of the nutrient-dense kiwi as we are, you’ll have a blast with breakfast-ready kiwi muffins.
- Plums – Perfect in a tart or stewed with apples.
- Pears – Treat yourself with a sweet & savory pear cobber!
- Watermelon – It’s the perfect touch to a fall harvest salad. And if you want more reasons to love watermelon, we have a blog right here for you.
September Seasonal Produce Guide Infographic
Hungry yet? Before you rush to the kitchen, don’t forget to download our September seasonal produce guide infographic which you can find below!
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