Many fall favourites like pumpkin, butternut squash, mushrooms, beets and celeriac are among the glorious vegetables that are in season in November.
There is also plenty of fruit available in November – from tender pears and apples to pretty pomegranates and persimmons. So there will much inspiration for your fall menus.
After knowing what is in season in September and October, below is a round up of what's in season in November so you can take note and head to the market with confidence.
Vegetables and fruits in season in November
We all know that pumpkin is the queen of fall and for good reason. You can make virtually anything with this orange-hued vegetable: velvety soups, delicious breads, comforting casseroles, pies and even smoothies.
There are so many varieties of apples to choose between, from a firm and crispy Gala to a tart and spicy Braeburnt, the possibilities are endless. What's more they are ideal for both sweet and savoury recipes, being a great addition to everything from salads and soup to casseroles and dessert. Discover five easy ways to cook with apples.
Cabbage is often the unsung hero of the colder months. Inexpensive, plentiful and flavourful, there's a lot that can be created with this kitchen stalwart. What's more there are so many varieties of cabbage, from smooth-leafed purple cabbages to crinkle-leafed savoy cabbages, there's a favourite for all.
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