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I'm itching to make fall favorites, like a big pot of Chili, Beef Stew, roasted squash and root vegetables, anything with apples! This morning I made a fall, spicy, coffee adding cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg, it was delicious and it made it feel more fall-ish as it was still cool outside at 5:30am. However, there are more 100+ degree days this week, the cooler days can't come quick enough IMO. What fall favorites are you anxious to make? I'm all ready to try them! BB

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added 20 days ago

Apple crisp!

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BerryBaby

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added 20 days ago

I love how it makes the house smell...delicious!

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added 20 days ago

Squash soup all the way, for sure. I love making huge vats of it and stockpiling it for chilly, late nights when I don't have the time or energy for cooking. And baked/poached apples, pears, and other fruits that take so naturally to warm spices like those that you put in your coffee!


However, I am enjoying the late summer produce right now, and agree with MMH. Fall is my favorite as well, but I'm trying to savor, and make the best of, each season as it comes along, and celebrate the respective peak ingredients while they're available.

But I'm pretty darn excited for Fall too. Not gonna lie. :).

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BerryBaby

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added 19 days ago

Wish we could have enjoyed the summer weather. September and October are my favorite out here PNW. Love sitting on the patio and soaking in all the beautiful colors of the season. Plus perfect grilling weather.

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added 19 days ago

since it has been 100 degrees plus for the last couple of days, all i can think about is grilling, sandwiches and popsicles. the summer's bounty has been terrific and i am not looking forward to heartier fare.

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added 19 days ago

I've enjoyed the garden tomatoes and have eaten salad almost every day for lunch. Our dinners are light fare and quite honestly, I'm ready for shorter daylight and hearty meals.
Can't wait to decorate for fall and love saying that Halloween us next month. That's just me.
I'm probably in the minority but rain, cold, dark, snow, make me very happy🙂

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inpatskitchen

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added 19 days ago

Soup! Any and all...we had a mid 60s day this past week and I made this one: https://food52.com/recipes...
I must admit though, I am totally enjoying the tomatoes from the garden and will be sad when we pick the last one of the season.

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BerryBaby

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added 19 days ago

Thank you! I will give this a try. If you, or others, have more Autumn favorites, pls share!

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PieceOfLayerCake

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added 19 days ago

PIE! Pie pie pieeeeee.....I love a fruit pie as much as the next guy, but autumn (Thanksgiving specifically) is my time to shine with an array of fall pies. One of my favorite things to make is apple hand pies with homemade cornmeal crust and 6 hour apple-calvados confit. I can't wait!

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added 19 days ago

Apple orchards opened this week with Honey Crisp, Delicious, McIntosh being the first available. Granny Smith are my favorite when making pie. What type of apples do you use?

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PieceOfLayerCake

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added 18 days ago

I use a variety (usually no more than 3 types in a single pie), but I like to include Cortland, Pink Lady, Braeburn, Jonagolds. I'm not a huge fan of Granny Smith because they can be a little bitter in a pie...and I LOVE honeycrisp, but I would feel bad putting them in a pie since they are such wonderful out of hand apples.

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Sarah Jampel

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added 19 days ago

Here are a few more ideas for you! https://food52.com/blog...

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BerryBaby

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added 19 days ago

Thank you! Lots of great fall ideas! BB

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added 18 days ago

After scrolling through this link, I've realized that all of the autumn favorites that I'm excited to try are....autumn-colored. Oranges, reds, yellows, golden caramel browns...bring it on!

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added 18 days ago

i'm ready for any of the crisps and pinovas at gizdich. boysenberry pie too.

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added 17 days ago

Couldn't wait, made my Harvest Muffins yesterday. Had a zucchini that I wanted to use up. These are delicious and make the house smell amazing! Although tempting, these need to sit overnight so the spices have time to come together.
Had extra shredded zucchini, apple and carrots left over and tossed it in my lunch salad with a sqeeze of lime. Wonderful!

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added 11 days ago

Rain is finally coming next week!
Acorn squash with brown sugar and tomatoes will definitely be on my rainy dish list!

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added 11 days ago

Rain is finally coming next week!
Acorn squash with brown sugar and tomatoes will definitely be on my rainy dish list!

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This is the opposite of cooking, but i LOVE to eat golden delicious (or any crisp semi sweet) apples with extra sharp cheddar cheese as a fall snack. I also make a turkey-barley chili that I'm ready to cook this year already https://food52.com/recipes...

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added 9 days ago

We're having unusually fall-like weather this week in the Bay Area - usually it's hot, hot, hot, like summer (we've had our share of that though in late August and over the weekend). I bought my first butternut of the season the farmers' market on Sunday and roasted cubes while my choucroute (another great fall dish!) was braising the other night. I'm going to warm the squash up and toss with za'atar infused oil and then sprinkle with chunks of feta, inspired by this soup: https://food52.com/recipes... to serve with a sharp green salad that will include chunks of Honeycrisp apple (first of the season!) and roasted walnuts, along with herbed focaccia toasted in soldiers (focaccia 100% hydration made in big batches and frozen in squares, 6 to a quarter sheet, every month).

After the brutally hot August we had in this land of no-air-conditioning, I'm loving the cooler weather and the falling leaves.

(But, like others, I'm also enjoying the last heirloom tomatoes, knowing I won't have them again until next summer. I never - ever - buy fresh tomatoes out of season.) ;o)

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added 7 days ago

I'm excited it's finally going to start raining today and last all week! Haven't had significant rain since April. So, soups on! Now I need to decide what soup I want to make.'🤔

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