Fall is so exciting because it's one of the transitional seasons. It signals times of change and that sense of preparation for something new can feel exhilarating. One of my favorite aspects about fall is the gorgeous seasonality of ingredients, especially the apples. The crisp, sweet fruit is perfect on its own picked straight off of an orchard tree - one of my favorite fall activities. It is also incredible in a myriad of fall-themed dishes from breakfasts to desserts, as bases for sauces, or as garnishes on dishes.

This apple and walnut salad is one of my favorite things to make during this time of year because it is so easy but tastes elegant with the different textures and flavors. Blue cheese makes this salad funky, while apples and walnuts provide different types of crunch that keep you going back for more. Flavor the vinaigrette with apple cider vinegar and maple syrup, and you will be celebrating the wonderful fall season with this salad.

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