Utah’s Seasonal Produce in September

Written by Becky
When September hits, we are nearing my favorite time of year! Fresh Produce is at its peak in Utah and it’s time for college football to begin! I can hardly wait for cooler evenings and leaves to start
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changing color. There are so many fresh foods at the farmer’s market this time of year that I get overjoyed by what my options are for cooking seasonally. This is also the perfect time to start canning all of this fresh produce that you’ve grown in your garden and start making pesto, tomato sauce and jam to enjoy all winter long.

To download this month’s wall paper on your computer, please see the first post on Seasonal Produce in Utah.
Here are some recipes to make use of all of the great foods in season:
Peach Lavender Fool by Cafe Johnsonia
Double Chocolate Strawberry Muffins by Mountain Mama Cooks
Cinnamon Zucchini Muffins by Barbara Bakes
Rustic Peach Jam by me
Caprese Sandwich by Foodie Crush
Israeli Couscous with Roasted Vegetables by Two Peas and Their Pod
Peach Crumb Bars by Completely Delicious
Green Bean and Tomato Salad by Cookin’ Canuck
Zucchini Brownies by Food Finery
Happy September!

Comments (6)

  1. My daughter and son-in-law are headed to the game tonight. Go Utes! I'm going to have to make time to try all these great recipes. I need to hit the market on Saturday. Thanks for linking to mine.

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