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In Season Now

Keep your eye out for these new and seasonal items at CUESA’s Ferry Plaza Farmers Market or Jack London Square Farmers Market this week. See below for a more complete list of what’s in season this month.


This Month's Seasonal Synopsis

Make your farmers market shopping list! Here’s what’s in season this November:

Plentiful or returning this month (as always, weather willing): 

Root vegetables,  Brussels sprouts, chicories, winter squash, persimmons, carrots, Meyer lemons, nettles, oranges, radishes, collard greens, sunchokes, kohlrabi, cabbage, broccoli, rapini, baby lettuces,  puntarella, radicchio, sweet potatoes, leeks, fennel, cabbage, salsify, mushrooms, walnuts, citrus, potatoes, braising greens, pomegranates, apples, pears, onions, kiwi 

Winding down or only available in limited supply:

Strawberries, tomatoes, peppers, grapes, eggplant

Farms and Vendors returning this month (weather willing): 

Lagier Ranch (date TBD), Glashoff Farms (date TBD), Olsen Organic (exact date TBD), Old Dog Ranch (November 4)

Vendor and Value added items not to be missed:

Canned tomatoes at Dirty Girl Produce (Tuesdays and Saturdays) and Happy Acre Farm (Sundays), Oysters at Hog Island Oyster Co. (Saturdays) and Anna’s Seafood (Sundays), Pumpkin pie at Three Babes Bakeshop  (Saturdays) and Dot’s Bakery (Sundays)

Pop-Up Vendors:

Kantine, Oyna Natural Foods

Featured Recipes for November:

Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Francis X. Hogan, Sabio on Main

Winter Squash, Wild Rice, and Apple Soup with Sage
Charles Vollmar, Epicurean Exchange

Wild Mushroom Brioche Pudding
Andrew Court, The Fairmont San Francisco

Fall Harvest Punch
Dillon Lockwood and Alex Smith, Novela

For more seasonally inspired recipes, see our recipe archive.


CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture) is dedicated to cultivating a sustainable food system through the operation of farmers markets and educational programs. Learn More »