There’s just something special about fall. Maybe it’s warm pumpkin pie, ACERBIC yet somehow-still-sweet apples, or orange leaves, or maybe, it’s the farmer’s markets across New England that are fixed with a CORNUCOPIA of seasonal produce. The farmer’s markets I go to in R.I. usually begin in late spring and end during the last part of October. Last weekend, I went home because I needed a break from school. But really, I was just eager to see and taste fall-time foods.
I’m a DEVOUT lover of summer because of its markets that usually have sweet corn and ripe tomatoes. As we move into fall, we start seeing more root vegetables. My favorite are sweet pumpkins, which scream pie! Their seeds can also be baked with cinnamon-sugar to enhance their flavor.
- CORNUCOPIA = a large abundance of, a spread
- ACERBIC = bitter, tangy
- DEVOUT = religious
Why do you love fall?