Try These Fall Favorite Recipes

fall recipes

fall recipe bookWe were out running some errands today and every street we drove down was filled with beautiful colours.

Red, orange and yellow leaves were hanging from all of the trees.

And even though it is still quite warm here during the day, it seems like the trees have a mind of their own, and when mid September arrives they seem to change colour, literally overnight.

As well, I've read so many posts and tweets in the last few weeks about the fall season. People looking forward to cooler days, wearing sweaters again, and enjoying warm comfort food.

If you love to cook and enjoy  making soups, stews, and warm cobblers, then you will want to download and check out this Fall Favorites eCookbook today.

You can make a Cheese Fondue for Saturday night, or a hot Onion Soup for Sunday dinner.

There is a recipe in here for Fruited Acorn Squash, and my all time favorite, Potato Pancakes.

Two other dishes that I love to make at this time of the year are Burgundy Beef Stew and Chicken Potpie.

Click on the link to download your free copy of this Fall Favorites eCookbook and get working on your meal plans for the coming months.



    • femmefrugality

      femmefrugality 09/18/2012 12:26 p.m. #

      Ahh! Thanks for the freebie! This is my favorite time of year...partially because of the food. :)

    • Stephanie @ Empowered Dollar

      Stephanie @ Empowered Dollar 09/18/2012 1:29 p.m. #

      Fruited Acorn Squash sounds awesome. This time of year, I will eat anything pumpkin-flavored. In fact, I shy away from anything that's not ;)

    • Tackling Our Debt

      Tackling Our Debt 09/18/2012 1:53 p.m. #

      @femmefrugality - You're welcome! Hope you find something you enjoy!

      @Stephanie - Yes I love pumpkin too!

    • AverageJoe

      AverageJoe 09/18/2012 2:36 p.m. #

      Holy everything-sounds-good-in-that-book Batman! Either I'm hungry or you just mentioned nearly every favorite food I have. Pot pie makes me giggle. On the inside.

    • Gillian

      Gillian 09/19/2012 9:01 p.m. #

      Thanks for the link! I CANNOT contain my excitement for soup season.. squash soup, cauliflower soup, it will all be made very shortly in my house !!

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