It’s harvest season in Guelph and that means an abundance of delicious fall fruits and veggies are waiting to be devoured. Today’s post from the blog team at Williams and McDaniel will show you the best way to eat them at Guelph apartments.
The apple is a delicious seasonal fruit that is an ideal addition to your fall diet. This apple crisp recipe is a great way to use apples. It’s a great choice because it is naturally sweetened, vegan-friendly and only requires one bowl to throw together. Want to pick your own apples this fall? Check out Martin’s Family Fruit Farm (1420 Lobsinger Line), about a half-hour drive from The Diplomat Apartments (693 Woolwich Street).
Stuffed Eggplants with Herbed Bulgur
Time to make room for the eggplant, one of fall’s most underutilized vegetables. If you’re cooking for a crowd, or want leftovers to last the busy week, Stuffed Eggplants with Herbed Bulgur makes enough for 12. It’s the Herbed Bulgur filling that does the magic here, balancing eggplant with pine nuts, cilantro, parsley and pomegranate seeds.
Olive Oil Zucchini Bread
Fall might as well be called zucchini season! Add zucchini to any meal by making Olive Oil Zucchini Bread — a tasty yet simple appetizer that uses brown sugar and cinnamon to add a touch of sweetness.
Pear-Cardamom Muffins Recipe
Pears often get less attention than apples in the fall, but this delicious fruit is just as fresh and ready for eating. While they’re delicious plain, pears are also great for breakfast pastries like muffins. Pear-Cardamom Muffins can be made in only a half-hour with 15 minutes of prep and 15 minutes in the oven.
Guelph Farmers’ Market
For all of your fall produce needs, the Guelph Farmers Market (4 Gordon Street) is the obvious place to start. Open Saturdays from 7:00 a.m. until noon, this year round market has been serving fresh, locally-grown fruits and veggies for over 180 years. The market is only a 10-minute walk from Park Towers (131 Raymond Street).