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Flavors of Fall!

There is a touch of chill in the air, and the trees are glowing in vibrant hues of red, orange and yellow. Autumn is here in all its glory and with it comes a host of harvest goodies. Apples, pumpkins, root vegetables and gourds galore. It’s time to bring fall flavors to the dinner table and deck the halls with autumn’s bounty.

I have created simple, sensational, seasonal recipes packed with all the smart shortcuts for you and your family’s comfort and happiness this fall. Personal chicken and veggie potpies prepared within an hour will be a hit with the kids. Caramel apple pie made with the apples you picked fresh from the farm will fill your kitchen with amazing aromas; and a steaming cup of cider with lots of caramel will keep you warm in the chilly weeks ahead.

As you gravitate toward the sweaters and jackets in your closet, make sure to begin filling the dining table with all your family’s favorite feel-good foods. I have taken the stress off the menu with these fast-fix and frugal-friendly recipes so you can create wonderful home-cooked meals and serve them with love, even on busy weeknights.

IMAGE: Lily Pond Decorated for fall 2012. I put the cornstalks up green because the yard and the trees are still green. The stalks will turn as the foliage in the yard changes to yellow.

Sandra’s Babble will help you create the time to savor every minute.

Cheers to a happy, healthy home!

Sandra Lee

 

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