The joy a food lover feels around this time of year can only be expressed by song—specifically the song of the corn kid. Choosing a Labor Day recipe hinges on what seasonal produce makes you feel that way he feels about “the knobs with all the juice.” And while it’s not the official end of the summer season, it often feels like we’re running out of time to enjoy tomatoes, melon, stone fruit, and more. Is this weekend your last chance to grill before winter? Probably not. Still, grilling on Labor Day feels like a rite of passage: So long warm weather, hello cool breezes and falling leaves.

Below, you’ll find a few recipes the editors at Bon Appétit hope to get on the table this Labor Day weekend: buttery lobster rolls, pulled pork sandwiches that you can set and forget in the slow cooker, a flaky galette you could make with peaches, plums, cherries, or whatever stone fruit you can get your hands on, the fanciest tomato salad, and plenty more. So here’s to the unofficial end to summer. May yours be delicious.