With apple and pumpkin pies, roasted nuts, hot chocolate and fragrant tea, steamy soups and filling stews, Fall is a time of comfort food. The weather is starting to cool, comfy sweaters are starting to appear and delicious Fall food is starting to grace our table.
I think it’s time for another carnival!
As a cook, there are so many wonderful fall ingredients to work with. And, after a long time of eating cooling food for the summer, it’s so satisfying to start eating warming and rich stews and other comfort dishes.
YES! I am so glad that Fall is here!
But I know that I am not the only one enjoying Fall recipes, and I would love to hear some of your favorite nourishing, Fall recipes! Perhaps you have a favorite apple pie, muffin or bread recipe. Or maybe you have the perfect squash soup. Others of you may have some delicious pear recipe just waiting to be shared(like a pear tart, or a roasted pear recipe). I personally have been enjoying the cabbage in season around here. Let’s share! You can share dessert, sides, salads, and soups, and main dishes. Just remember to keep it nourishing as well as delicious!
For those of us who have to keep frugality in mind as well, I know that we would appreciate it if you mention tips for buying Fall ingredients at a good price, and frugal recipes are always welcome as well.
So here’s the plan, on October the 21st (a Tuesday), I will be hosting another open carnival.
For bloggers: Everyone who wants to be involved can post their favorite recipe on their own blog on that day, linking to the carnival post. Then head over here to use the Mr. Linky to link to your post.
For everyone else: Leave your recipes in the comment section. If you have a beautiful picture, send it my way, and I may even post it on my blog!
I can’t wait to what everyone has to share. And feel free to spread the word!
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