By James Parker, October 25, 2011
Master pumpkin carver James Parker shares the ups and downs of this year’s pumpkin harvest and his plan for carving 100 jack-o-lanterns for Halloween night. These pictures are sure to inspire!
By Alana Sugar, October 24, 2011
With their sweet, earthy flavor, beets are delicious steamed, roasted, boiled, pickled and raw. Salads, soups, sides and more — we’re highlighting a bevy of beet recipes.
By Paige Brady, October 22, 2011
Steamed, baked, roasted, stuffed, mashed, boiled, simmered…what can’t be done with hearty winter squash? Find cooking ideas for acorn, butternut, delicata, turban and more.
By Alana Sugar, October 17, 2011
Autumn provides a slew of pumpkins, perfect for eating as well as decorating. From pies and puddings to soups and side dishes, try a few of these pumpkin family favorites.
By James Parker, October 11, 2011
The days getting shorter and cooler triggers a color change in many fall trees and row crops — the final stage most growers wait for prior to harvesting their crop. Persimmons and pomegranates herald the fall harvest season.
By Allison Kociuruba, September 30, 2011
Throw caution to the wind and go crazy for cauliflower when you try one of these 10 ways to cook the cruciferous veg tonight.
By James Parker, September 29, 2011
With weather as wild and varied as it has been this summer, timing for the fall apple harvest has been hard to predict. Produce expert James shares what we can look forward to now that apples are arriving.
By Alana Sugar, September 26, 2011
Apples create serious temptation when baked into desserts, roasted with fall vegetables and sautéed with aromatic spices. Take a bite with these favorite apple recipes.
By Rebecca Joerres, September 25, 2011
Enter for a chance to win a seven-day trip to the lush campus of EARTH University in Guácimo, Limón, Costa Rica!
By Jennifer Cheng, September 25, 2011
Celebrate Organic Harvest Month by enjoying organic fruit. Read on to find recipes and ideas that feature organic raspberries, nature’s tangy-sweet treat.