The temperature gets cooler, the trees prepare to burst into color and everything gets back into full swing: work, school and…vegetables? The fall season, especially in New York, is a peak time for produce – whether from a neighbor’s garden or the local farmer’s market. If you’ve wanted to learn more about eating local, learning to cook, or just appreciating how healthy food can actually taste good, this is a great time.
My article on fall flavors at the HSS (Hospital for Special Surgery) On the Move blog describes three quick and easy ways to get the best flavors from the season. Click here to read more.