Squash, pumpkins, and sweet potatoes are some of the ingredients that shine in November. While these make for some great pies, hearty soups, and rich sauces, here are some other ingredients that deserve a little spotlight this month too.
If you are over the pumpkin craze that without fail comes with the fall season or you are looking to branch out, here are some of our favorite autumn ingredients and the best ways to feature the seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Start a cold morning with a warm bowl of baked oats, sweet enough to brighten your day, but nutritious enough to get you through until lunch.
Quince is a sweet fruit, and has a rosy hue when cooked.This galette is a wonderfully aromatic and simple conclusion to a meal.
The satchel of seeds helps to thicken the quince paste, which is delicious served with crackers and Spanish cheese like Manchego.
This stew takes hours to cook, so you can leave it on low heat while you are enjoying the St. Paddy day parade or the pub with friends.
This Quince Meringue Pie is a kind of mish-mash of a Free-Form Apple Tart and Mini Lemon Meringue Pies using slow-roasted quinces.