What’s in season?
Hello October and fall weather!!
This year with the encouragement and the help of my sister, I am planting my own winter garden. Vegetables that grow well in the winter in Texas are onions, beets, radishes, carrots, lettuce and asparagus. Therefore, I’ve decided to plant my favorite winter vegetables, multi colored carrots, beets and Creole onions. I will give it a go! Planting my own garden at this time in my life is a bit ambitious because it’s been a while. Though, I know what to do since my dad was a farmer and we planted a garden every season. It was hard work, but we enjoyed eating home grown vegetables all year round. It will be fun and rewarding.
In reality, most people are not able to plant a garden. Though, there’s good news, we have several farmer’s markets and grocery stores that sell local and organic produce.
Get ready for fall cooking with these in-season produce right now
Shop smart and adjust your produce list to these delicious in-season offerings
It’s better to buy your fruits and vegetables in season as the produce would taste better, fresher, and more nutrient dense. And let’s not forget, it will be easier on your budget- less expensive as it doesn’t have to be shipped from far locations.
Fruits and vegetables are full of antioxidants and immune-boosting benefits to prepare our bodies for the colder months.
- Brussel Sprouts
- Green Beans
- Sweet Potatoes
Save this post as a helpful resource for your next food shopping spree! Comment below your favorite fall produce!
If you follow me on Instagram, I will be providing recipes incorporating these in-season produce. Get my favorite October recipes at pattyrd.com! I hope this gives you inspiration to get creative and try out a new in-season produce this month.
Stay healthy, everyone! And please feel free to share this post or to add your own tips in the comments! If you are having a tough time managing your weight or you need help with your own personal meal plan catered to your goals and lifestyle, reach out to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.