All summer long, the farmers market was our playground. Running from stall to stall, relishing all of the fresh produce, we enjoyed the rainbow of colors from rose-colored strawberries to the pleasantly tart blackberries to the sweet as sugar melons — then came fall. The changing leaves and bright blue sky can’t mask the monotony of fall fruit available. Don’t despair or drown in a sea of apples because fall fruit is much more diverse than you might have thought.cranberries or make bright rose colored desserts with the juice from pomegranate seeds. Satisfy your sweet tooth with fall figs, grapes, and perfectly ripened pears.
Angela Carlos is the Cook Editor at The Daily Meal. Find her on Twitter and tweet @angelaccarlos.