Our Fresh Herbs are flavorful and good for you and are the perfect complement for all your Autumn dishes. Seasonal eating in fall means savory root vegetables, autumnal fruits, and hearty, comforting dishes that never fail to remind you of home. Depending on your neck of the woods, try cooking up some of these seasonal favorites.
Combining the savory flavors of bay, thyme, sage, rosemary, and garlic, this holiday turkey brine gives your Thanksgiving bird an extra boost of flavor that will have even your mother-in-law begging for the recipe! Wow friends and family alike with a Thanksgiving turkey that is both juicy and flavorful—who knew it was as easy as fresh herbs?
This pumpkin sundae makes the most of fresh sage combining it with a deep, amber salted caramel sauce for a festive finale to any holiday meal. Whipped cream sweetened with brown sugar and a sprinkling of salted pepitas, or pumpkin seeds, adds a finishing touch that takes store-bought pumpkin ice cream to the next level.
Peanut brittle is a traditional holiday favorite, but pumpkin seed brittle is a fun way to add a little something new to the abundance of sweets found on buffet tables and in goody bags this time of year. Rosemary adds a woodsy winter scent, and pumpkin seeds are wholesome yet light. Delicious with a cup of good coffee or tea, this brittle is also a thoughtful gift when wrapped up in parchment paper and tucked into a festive tin.
Adapted from Cooks’ Illustrated’s “Really Good Pumpkin Recipe,” we can vouch that this pumpkin bread is really good. With toasted walnuts, fresh sage, and a crumbly cinnamon sugar topping, these loaves are a perfect way to start the morning or to wrap a long autumn evening. We suggest serving the pumpkin bread with fresh butter alongside hot apple cider or hot chocolate.