Why People Are Over Interested In Food?
Most people recognize the change of season when the days get shorter, the weather gets brisk and the leaves put on a colorful display. But for many food lovers, they know fall has arrived when seasonal ingredients are harvested, and their favorite autumnal dishes are on the menu. There are some local favorites that are available only during the fall months, and every corner of the country happens to have a seasonal dish that is best enjoyed locally.
Here are 10 fall favorites:-
Apple cider doughnuts | New Yorka close up of a doughnut: Apple cider doughnuts are best served warm. Apple cider doughnuts seem to be available all over the country, but the best place to enjoy these warm, spiced delights is in New York, where the apple happens to be the official state fruit. Around fall, you can find apple cider doughnuts everywhere from farmers' markets to bakeries. Just follow your nose – you’re likely to catch a whiff on the autumn breeze.
Pecan pie | Southern United Statesa plate of food with a fork and knife: Both the flavor of its syrupy filling and the texture of the pecans makes the pecan pie an American Both the flavor of its syrupy filling and the texture of the pecans makes the pecan pie an American classic Pecan pie is a fall favorite, especially for Thanksgiving. But pecans are a big deal throughout the south, especially in Georgia, Alabama, Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico, where they produce the most of this delicious nut. Road trip to the south where the pecan pie can serve as a blank canvas for southern bakers' creativity. At Julia Belle’s inside the Pee Dee State Farmers Market, they do pecan pie with a White Russian twist. And in Georgia at Chester Brunnenmeyer’s, they’re infusing their pecan pie with bourbon.
Gumbo| Louisianaa bowl of food on a plate: Creole gumbo is typically a tomato-based stew, while Cajun gumbo is made with a dark Creole gumbo is typically a tomato-based stew, while Cajun gumbo is made with a dark roux When most people think of gumbo, they think of Louisiana, and locals in the Bayou State know that fall is truly the best season for a pot of gumbo. Appearing in both Creole and Cajun cuisines, gumbo is a specialty stew that incorporates seafood, vegetables, and other meats. So, it’s only fitting that a fall foodie road trip to Louisiana be centered around warming up with this hearty meal.
Cranberries | Wisconsina person standing next to a body of water: Wisconsin's cranberry harvest is quite possibly one of the most beautiful harvests to witness in the United States© Getty Images / YinYang Wisconsin's cranberry harvest is quite possibly one of the most beautiful harvests to witness in the United States When most people think about Wisconsin, they think of cheese and all of the delicious dairy that comes from this state. But not many people outside of Wisconsin know that the state is the nation’s largest producer of cranberries. Wisconsin loves the cranberry so much, there’s an official Wisconsin Cranberry Trail. The trail takes road trippers along Wisconsin’s Cranberry Highway, a 50-mile stretch that is lined with crimson red cranberry marshes during the fall harvest season. You can travel to cranberry towns that throw huge cranberry festivals (during a typical year) and to the Sand Creek Brewing Company where cranberry lovers can try their Hard Cranberry Lemonade.
Biscochitos | New Mexico If New Mexico were a cookie, it would be the biscochito: In fact, in 1989, New Mexico declared this butter cookie their official state cookie. First introduced by the early Spaniards, biscochitos quickly became part of New Mexico’s unique cuisine. Though they’re served during most special occasions, their aromatic spice blend of cinnamon and anise lend to their seasonality.
Chili and Frito pies | Texasa bowl of food on a table: The chili and Frito pie are perfect for potlucks and gameday parties The chili and Frito pie are perfect for potlucks and gameday parties! Though chili and Frito pies are enjoyed in states across the Midwest and Southwest, it's believed that the dish was born in Texas, created by Daisy Doolin, the mother of the founder of the Frito Company. Chili, cheese and Frito corn chips, along with salsa, refried beans, sour cream, onions, rice, and sometimes jalapenos are served in a casserole dish or sometimes served right out of a single-serving bag of chips. It’s a popular game day treat, so you’ll often find this dish when tailgating at the big game, but the chili at the heart of this dish is the perfect way to warm up in the brisk fall weather.
Michigan pasty | Michigana piece of bread on a wooden cutting board: The ultimate Michigan comfort food is a doughy pocket full of meat The ultimate Michigan comfort food is a doughy pocket full of meat The pasty is commonly known as a working-class meal from Cornwall, England, but come fall, Michigan locals from the Upper Peninsula are eager to get their hands on a Michigan pasty, also known as the "Yooper pasty."
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