Autumn Vegetables to Delight Your Dinners

Autumn in Texas arrives with a tremendous welcome.  It brings the long-awaited respite from a heat-scorched summer, and a season filled with excitement for what’s ahead.  Football, cool mornings, turning leaves, and for me—anticipating the bounty of fall vegetables that The Austin Artisan uses in our meal delivery services: okra, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, beets, patty pan squash, Brussels sprouts, and eggplant, to name a few.  

What’s On Your Fall Dinner Menu?


What fall produce do you like to indulge in? Have you experimented with turnips, squash or figs?  From butternut squash stew and pumpkin risotto to honey roasted carrots, fall vegetables are versatile and bursting with comforting flavors. When planning your fall dinners, incorporate in-season produce. It is fresher, tastier and more nutritious than food consumed out of season.

The Austin Artisan loves to indulge in fall vegetables whether it involves a quick roast in the oven or sautéing with spices and olive oil. We are dedicated to making your meals as fresh as possible—which means emphasizing local foods and supporting nearby farmers and distributors. That’s why our menus constantly change to include fresh, seasonal ingredients originating 150 miles or closer to Austin, Texas. Preparing our meals with fall produce means you can enjoy a greater variety of foods (and maybe introduce some new favorites to your palate!)

Need Help with Fall Meal Planning?

Meal planning can seem a bit overwhelming, especially when you’re just starting a new routine, like back to school. That’s why we offer Personal Chef and Meal Delivery services—to eliminate the stress of planning and make it easier for you to have fresh, healthy meals on the table every night. Visit our Personal Chef page  for more information and to get started!

Here’s a quick list of fall vegetables:

Acorn Squash
Belgian Endive
Broccoli
Brussels Sprouts
Butter Lettuce
Butternut Squash
Cactus Pear
Cauliflower
Endive
Feijoa
Garlic
Ginger
Hearts of Palm
Mushrooms
Ong Choy Spinach
Pumpkin
Quince
Radicchio
Sweet Potatoes
Swiss Chard
Turnips

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