What to Buy, Grow, and Eat in November

November. It’s just about the end of the year and here we are, still trying to make the most of what we have left. I’m guessing that you’ve begun to think about your holiday shopping….Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, and all of those fun things. If you are making homemade gifts this year, you may have already started on things. (Good for you!)

What to Buy, Grow, and Eat in November to make the most of your month!

What to Buy, Grow, and Eat in November

As with each month of the year, there are several things that you should be buying, eating, and even growing in the month of November. This post is another in our series that will take us through each month of the year so that you can “make the most of your month”. At the beginning of each month, I will post an article just like this one with a list of what you should be buying, growing, and eating during the following month to help you plan our your schedule and budget.

Some highlights of the November list are:

Buy –

  • Toys
  • Games

Grow – 

  • Scallions
  • Lettuce

Eat – 

  • Radishes
  • Pomegranates

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Some recipes that you might want to try with this month’s seasonal produce:


What are you buying, growing, and eating this month?

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  1. Harvested the last of our outdoor herb garden (sage and parsley), then dried it and stored it in jars for using over the winter. Sadly we wont be growing indoors this winter since the kitties seem to want to climb into the plants and eat them. Perhaps we will do vertical storage next spring if it is affordable. Been making my own croutons (recipe on pinterest from Pioneer Woman), and using my smaller crockpot for homemade applesauce to use up an influx of late season apples from a neighbor. Now it’s onto making homemade Christmas gifts and shopping online for the little ones in our family. (I buy gifts for my kids as well as my nieces and nephews. The adults in our family either do experience gifts or exchange homemade items.)