How to integrate fresh fall produce into your meals

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ST. LOUIS, MO — A change in season often means changing up the way we eat. When the air starts to get crisp, the days shorter, and colorful leaves start to fall, we crave different flavors. Not only does the weather change, but the way we cook does, too.

Eating seasonally not only means eating produce at its peak flavor but also eating produce packed with nutrition. James Beard winner, celebrity chef, and best selling cookbook author, Ellie Krieger discusses tips for integrating fresh fall produce into meals.


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