It seems like every year we are surprised by September. As Drew puts it, June is a "hurry up and wait" kind of month, July is exciting as the farm starts to hit its stride for the summer, and August goes by in the blink of an eye. Year after year we are shocked that it is already time for Labor Day Weekend to come and go. While September does sneak up on us in the cadence of the farm season, it is also one of the best times of the year. We still have 10(!) weeks to go on the CSA calendar and we will have several weeks to enjoy the tail end of summer crops combined with the return of fall favorites. Want to sneak in a cookout on a hot evening? Grab some tomatoes and basil for a quick no-cook side dish. Cold front coming up in the weather forecast? Potatoes and butternut squash are ready for that first fall comfort food dish.