Mix Your Apples
Next time you shop for apples, pick up a few varieties and combine them in recipes. Try tart (Granny Smith or Cortland) with sweet (Pink Lady or Macoun), and mix textures too: Empire and McIntosh soften when they're cooked; Golden Delicious and Honeycrisp retain their shape. Just avoid Red Delicious — they get too mushy.
How to Store and Use Your Freshly Picked Apples — For Weeks!
There's no such thing as taking too many apples from the orchard — here's your strategy for eating them all as the weeks pass.
The Best Spots to Pick Apples or Pumpkins, According to Yelp
The review site has shared Yelpers’ go-to spots. Did your favorite make the cut?
5 Savory Recipes That Prove Apples Can Do It All
The in-season fruit goes with cheese better than you'd ever imagine.
7 Essential Apple Gadgets You Need This Fall
These tools make it easy to peel, core and slice your fruit — and more!
What Fruit Is In Season?
Here, a complete season by season breakdown.
What Does Dragon Fruit Taste Like?
Surprise, un-ripe dragon fruit has no flavor at all.
Move Over Pumpkin — Caramel Is the Real Hero of Fall Flavor
There's so much more to caramel than dipped apples.
5 Pumpkin-Centric Dishes to Make This Fall
Check out Food Network's top-five pumpkin recipes to find inspired ideas for using this fall ingredient in lunch, dinner and dessert dishes.
Save the Seeds After Carving Your Pumpkin — Here's What to Do with Them
Learn three new ways to flavor this fall-favorite snack.