Celebrate the bounty of fall as Martha and chef Emeril Lagasse ("Emeril's Table") use freshly grown vegetables from our audience of farmers and Greenmarket vendors from the tri-state area to create light, seasonal recipes. Then, learn about the distinctive flavors and history of heirloom vegetables with a visit to the National Heirloom Exposition and get expert tips on preserving summer produce.
Our Harvest Show studio audience is filled with fruit and vegetable growers from all over the country! Here, Stephen Kessman from Kessman Farms in Patterson, New York, shows off a bushel of his corn.
Linda Girardi (left) of Glenville, New York, displays her herbs, peppers, and squash. Carina Sawyer brought her peppers, preserves, and carrots all the way from Rochester, New York.
Keha McAlwaine (left) and Leah Rutherford from the Queens County Farm Museum in Floral Park, New York, display their napa cabbage, squash, and kohlrabi.
Frank Sarrica and Sonia Valentin -- both from Brooklyn, New York -- showcase their produce. The green vegetable at the back of Frank's basket is an Italian squash called a cucuzza.
Squash, carrots, and tomatoes from the gardens of Diane Naddeo and Anne Smith, both from the tri-state area. Anne grows her vegetables in pots in her apartment.
Joe and Ida DeFrancesco of Farmer Joe's Gardens in Wallingford, Connecticut, display their fresh tomatoes and squash.
Sisters Amy Brown and Teresa Zeng from Red Oak Farm in Stuyvesant, New York, show off their farm-fresh produce.
Marie and Deb Lucas from Marysville, Pennsylvania, share squash, herbs, and more.
Gardeners Kristina Lombardo (left), Susan Pisano, and Jennifer Erb, from Long Island, New York, display their herbs, carrots, and onions.
Representatives from the Bronxville Farmers Market in Bronxville, New York, showcase herbs, apples, and more.
Erron Ramsey (left) holds her porch-grown potatoes with her mother Carol Glasshoff, who runs an elementary school garden.
Amy Jeanroy brought her canned peppers and spicy beans all the way from Nebraska.