As the weather cools down after the summer, we always look forward to apple season. Grown on our Okanagan orchard in Osoyoos, BC, apple season runs throughout the fall beginning in September. With seven varieties of apples, there’s nothing like their crisp, juicy sweetness when you enjoy them in-season. Whether you choose to use them in baking, snacking or turning them into a delicious meal, know that they’re picked fresh and hand-delivered to the market by farmer Rob.

Do you have a crowd coming for breakfast? Leftover bread going stale on your counter? Then this is the perfect opportunity to create this delicious dish. Prepare it ahead of time, and your morning is now free to enjoy spending time with your friends!

This cake is moist and delicious, with a hint of spice, and it’s versatile, too. Serve it for dessert, with tea, or as a coffee cake for breakfast.

A wonderful twist on the classic pairing of pork and apples. Using bone-in pork chops will yield not only more flavour but more moisture as well.

Perfect for a larger family dinner, this Apple Cider Sangria combines fresh pressed Lepp’s Apple Cider, wine, bourbon and a ginger simple syrup in a large pitcher. Try serving this at your next Thanksgiving dinner!

Tray bakes are the true heroes of make-ahead meals, and this sausage and apple bake is just the thing to bring to the table for everyone to dig in.

Enjoy your applesauce as is, or use it as a condiment for pork, or use applesauce in baked goods. Applesauce will keep in storage for up to one year!

This recipe will quickly become a staple fall dinners. Its simple, hearty, and warms the whole house with the smell of fall.

This beautiful dish combines all the best flavours of fall into one great meal. It is a quick weeknight dinner when you use a simple pork chop or pork tenderloin, but can become a show stopper at your next dinner party if you use the impressive porterhouse pork chop.

As the weather cools down, nothing says late summer like Okanagan Apples and warm oats. Make sure to try these oats while curled up with a warm drink!

This is still my go-to recipe when I’m making a German meal or need a delicious side dish. Even proclaimed cabbage haters usually enjoy a spoonful or two of this tangy and sweet veggie dish.

This salad combines all the best produce that fall has to offer into one big beautiful salad. Healthy, simple and delicious, this salad will be a new fall staple.

This delicious mid-week or company’s coming dish is one of the easiest dinners you’ll ever bring to the table. The tender maple-and-mustard flavoured apples are the perfect accompaniment for this warming meal.

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