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Yappy Hour Postponed

October 21, 2014 12:29 pm

Due to foretasted rain, we will be postponing Yappy Hour to next Tuesday, October 28th from 5-6pm. Please RSVP to oakgrovemkt@windsorcommunities.com if you and your dog are able to attend!

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Happy Birthday, Jitters!

October 16, 2014 4:45 pm

Jitters is turning 2 this weekend! They will be celebrating on Saturday with sandwiches, balloons and 10% off everything! Make sure to stop by!

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What’s in Season? Your Handy Guide to Autumn Fruits and Veggies

October 16, 2014 11:11 am

The autumn season is known for its bountiful harvests of sturdy root vegetables and tart fruits, which provide a welcome change after months of summer produce. If you’re already planning the next few months of fall recipes, this handy guide will show you which fruits and vegetables are in season.

  • Apples. Perhaps the most popular autumn fruit, apples can be used in pies, tarts, ciders, and even as a healthy handheld snack while on the go.
  • Broccoli. Although broccoli grows year-round in most climates, it becomes sweeter and less bitter when harvested in the fall.
  • Brussels sprouts. This hearty vegetable can be prepared a variety of different ways and is becoming increasingly popular in the gourmet food world.
  • Root vegetables. Carrots, sweet potatoes, parsnips, and other root vegetables are common during the autumn season and can be used in soups or roasted in the oven.
  • Cranberries. Although cranberries usually take center stage during the wintertime, they’re harvested throughout New England during the fall.
  • Figs. These sweet, chewy fruits have a second season later in the fall.
  • Garlic. If you prefer to use fresh garlic in recipes as opposed to dried or canned, the fall is the best time to purchase it.
  • Artichokes. Top your salads or pizzas with flavorful artichokes, which produce a smaller second crop in the fall.

Fall Fruits and Vegetables [About Food]
The Best Fruits and Veggies to Eat This Fall [Greatist]
What’s In Season? Fall [More Matters]


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