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Monday, September 24, 2012

Fall Recipe Round-Up

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For this recipe round-up, I've compiled a list of recipes I think are most appropriate for the autumn season. It's so easy to cook in the fall, because you don't have to worry about  making cold foods for the hot weather like in the summer. In fall, winter, and spring you can cook hot and cold foods!

Autumn is my favorite season, because my birthday is during the fall, it means pumpkin (have I mentioned that already?), and beautiful leaves. The weather is nice, the sun shines, and you can jump in leaf piles. I can't wait for the season to turn!

On the subject of my birthday, about a week ago, it was exactly a month away *hint hint*. And don't worry, I have a very special post planned.

Okay, that was off topic. Here are the recipes, as promised.

The perfect combination of fall spices and sweetness

To clear those fall allergies ;)

The perfect fall meal. Especially when it is served along with mashed potatoes and green beans.

Fresh apples from the orchard and the classic fall spice- cinnamon. Yum.

The classic fall cookie in the form of a Larabar

The meaning of fall is that link right there.

A spicy, moist muffin for cold fall afternoons.

Another version of the classic pumpkin.

A thick, warm soup to warm you right to the bone.

Maybe try making pumpkin fries?

One of my favorite dishes on earth. You must try it.

Inquiry of the Day:

How do you define fall? What things make fall, fall for you?

I think the beginning of fall is defined as lots of pumpkin-based food, stews, soups, hot apple cider and chili. It should also be filled with sweaters, jeans, boots, pumpkin picking, and visiting the orchard.


  1. Fall for me also includes cooking with pumpkin as much as possible, picking apples at the orchard and making applesauce, the return of baking for after school treats, jumping in leaf piles, and reading books in cozy blankets. It's also the only season where I enjoy shopping for clothes - I love the colors and styles. Pumpkin fries sound like a great idea!

    1. Thanks! I love all those things about fall, too. Especially snuggling up to read a good book. ;) That's my favorite past time. I can't wait to go to the orchard to get some apple cider! My favorite way to drink it is too warm it up on the stove. It's soooo good. Thanks for visiting! Have a great day!


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