This is one of the very best moments of the year, right here, right now. The sweltering heat of August has mostly faded out, but our days are still warm and bright with refreshingly cool nights. September is perhaps the most abundant month at the farmers markets, when late summer produce gives its last hurrah, while autumn's bounty starts sneaking in. You can still enjoy ripe heirloom tomatoes, juicy peaches, and corn. But now sweet butternut squash, broccoli, and the crispest apples are making an appearance, too. Meanwhile, the furious rush of Back-To-School has slowed and students are settling in to the rhythms of the school year. It's the best of both worlds. Savor September while you can!
Below, enjoy a few photos from this year's FoodPrints lessons so far.