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Fall In Love with Organic Jonagold Apples

Apples are best for baking because they are tart, crispy, juicy and blend extremely well with your favorite autumn spices.

Jonagold apples are a cross between the Jonathan and the Golden Delicious apple varieties. They are best for baking because they are tart, crisp, and juicy. They blend extremely well with your favorite autumn spices: cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, and cloves--and they’re great for weekend salads or Halloween desserts.

This Brussels Sprout and Apple Salad should be a mainstay in your fall menu. It makes a great side to a pot roast but also a healthy lunch option during the week.

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Braise for the Colder Months Ahead with Boneless Beef Chuck Roast

Prepare for the upcoming holiday season with beef chuck roast.

The shoulder area, or the chuck, is a tougher cut, yet becomes very tender when slow-cooked or braised. These inspired roast and stew recipes will warm you up during the colder months and the upcoming holiday season. The key is to brown the meat first on all sides for the best flavor, then cook it low and slow.

When you buy meat from Whole Foods Market, you know you're getting animal welfare-rated beef from cattle raised on vegetarian feed with no antibiotics or added hormones. The result will be a delicious reward using an unfamiliar cut of beef.

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Never Underestimate the Power of Bell Peppers

They're not just for color anymore.

Red, yellow, and orange bell peppers can add color to your recipes but they also add crunch and a subtle sweetness to your favorite dishes. A good source of Vitamin C, bell peppers are no longer just on the sidelines but could be the star of the show too.

Plus, when you buy Whole Trade® bell peppers, you're supporting better wages and working conditions for farmworkers. Just look for the Whole Trade® Guarantee seal.

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Score a Touchdown with Grass-Fed Beef

Score a touchdown with grass-fed beef and these game-inspired recipes.

Football season has begun and it’s time to make some meals worthy of touchdowns. Grass-fed beef is lower in fat and takes less time to cook so you can spend more time watching the game than preparing your meals.

Just like grain-fed beef, grass-fed comes in all the cuts you need. For football season, ground beef is the easiest way to feed and entertain your football fans. For this Shortcut-Sloppy-Joes recipe, the short cook time and prepared pasta sauce help retain the moisture of the meat.

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Pearing Down For Fall

Three fun and inspired ways to enjoy this versatile fruit.

The kids are back to school and the sun is setting earlier, but there's still some time left to enjoy the last few weeks of summer.

When you say pear, most people think of the bell-shaped Bartlett without even knowing that it's only one of the many known varieties of pears. Bartlett pears are iconic and especially versatile.

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