Celebrate! Harvest Idaho, One Bite at a Time

Celebrate Idaho’s Harvest

September is Idaho Preferred Month, bringing awareness to the fact that fall is the peak of harvest season in Idaho. Locally produced fruits, vegetables, wines, meats, breads, dairy products and specialty foods are plentiful and easy to enjoy at Idaho restaurants and farmers markets.


In August and September, peaches and plums appear on menus as tasty desserts and sweet and savory sauces. In September, early variety apples fill the fruit stands, followed by pears and pluots later in the month. Onions are also a popular crop. Many are shipped worldwide, but they are also enjoyed locally in fresh salsas and chutneys, or served grilled, roasted or sautéed next to Idaho raised beef. In October, grapes are harvested from vineyards with the goal of becoming award winning Idaho wines. And finally, October means the potato harvest is on. There is no shortage of potato dishes available in this state!


Harvest Events
September: Paella on the Patio Wednesdays & Fridays at noon. Boise Basque Block
September 14-16: Sunnyslope Food & Wine Festival. Caldwell
September 15: Idaho Spud Day. Shelley
September 21-23: Sun Valley Harvest Festival. Sun Valley

Preserve the Harvest Workshops, Moscow Food Co-op.
Every Saturday at noon through the middle of October.
Workshops will have you canning, dehydrating, pickling, freezing, and jamming with confidence.

Thunder Mountain Line Wine & Dine Dinner Train featuring local wineries. Horseshoe Bend.
Sept. 2 at 5:00pm featuring 3 Horse Ranch Vineyards
Oct. 13 at 6:00pm featuring Hells Canyon Winery
Nov. 3 at 5:00pm featuring St. Chapelle Winery

Idaho harvest festivals and events combined with the many recreation opportunities found throughout Idaho make Idaho the perfect destination for a foodie getaway.   How will you celebrate Idaho’s harvest season?

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