School is in season and summer has unofficially come to an end. But with all endings, comes new beginnings. All of the things we love about fall are just around the corner—apple picking, heart-warming soups, baking pies, cozy jackets, nature changing to vibrant autumn colors and pumpkin everything.
As we celebrate the end of summer and the beginning of a new season, it’s important to remember that while Labor Day is definitely a time for gatherings, BBQ, one last pool day and quality time with family and friends, it’s also a day that celebrates all of our hard work. Especially this past year, we deserve a day of relaxation and enjoyment. So, call your loved ones, plan your Labor Day feast and enjoy your long weekend!
FIRE UP THE GRILL
It's been a great season for grilling! Try a few new recipes to send off summer.
Grilled top sirloin steak sits atop this bountiful harvest-inspired salad that’s chock-full of ingredients like apples, fennel and pepitas. Finish this Chopped Harvest Salad with Cider-Mustard Dressing for fresh-from-the-farm flavor.
No celebration is complete without a dessert
The Last Sips of Summer
The summer sun is still shining for you to enjoy these sweet summer sips