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Falling for Autumn

Door to Door Organics October 2016 Produce CalendarBy now, you’ve probably all sipped a pumpkin spice latte, savored a slice of pumpkin bread, or devoured a pint of pumpkin ice cream. If you’re in the fall-is-for-pumpkin-spice-everything camp, we’re right there with you. Truth be told, we’re obsessed with all forms of autumn squash at the moment, from acorn and butternut to delicata and spaghetti. Wondering how to turn a pumpkin into dinner rather than a jack-o-latern? Discover fall’s most delicious squash recipes.

Then bring a bit of autumn’s bold colors to your desktop as a reminder to savor the season by downloading the October 2016 Good Food Calendar to your desktop. Just click on the ideal version for your screen and then choose save/download.

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Not sure how to change your desktop background?
On a PC: Once you’ve saved the image, right click on the file and select “Set as desktop background.”

On a Mac: Download and save the calendar to your “Pictures” folder. Hold down control, and click on your desktop, then select “Change desktop background.” Next in the “Desktop & Screen Saver” menu, expand the folders option and click on the saved calendar. Enjoy!

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