Must be honest, I am not looking forward to summer coming to an end in Michigan. Before you know it we will be celebrating Halloween. Michigan is a great state in the fall though, with all the beautiful colors and cooler days.

We need to get out taste buds ready and to fully appreciate Michigan's fall foods and flavors, For some of those, we go to farms, vineyards, farmers' markets, and restaurants. Plus many working farms invite visitors to enjoy their harvest which has many items for sale. Many chefs will also be inviting and creating dishes for the new season in many restaurants.

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Michigan Has So Many Great Fall Foods

Fruits and Vegetables are always popular in the fall in the Mitten.  In fact, says our state is home to more than 50,000 agricultural farms, wow, had no idea there were that many.  All together they have over 300 items like blueberries, grapes, pumpkins, and potatoes. Delicious stuff to look forward to this fall.  I already see plenty of pumpkin spice items coming out already.

Get ready for some great-tasting fall foods that are good for you like Apples, Brussell Sprouts, Cabbage, Carrots, Grapes, Onions. Potatoes, Pumpkins, and Squash.

Many of these are superfoods as well, always great when food tastes great and is good for you.

Some Great Fall Michigan Recipes

If you are in the mood to cook, check out some great recipes that support fall farmers at  Delicious recipes like Maple Roast Pork, Apple Butter chicken, and Chili,

Do you have a fall recipe you would like to share, maybe even a fall dessert? Or how about a restaurant that has some cool fall menu selections.

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