Autumn is for kitchens
I love cooking in autumn, and fall recipes are among my very favorites. With cooler days comes the will to turn the oven back on again, and I love getting creative in the kitchen. Don’t you? I start making hot soups again, and the braise is on. What do you love to cook this time of year?
Fall recipes from Wonder & Sundry
We’re getting a fair collection of fall recipes here on Wonder & Sundry, and this list will grow as I post new recipes.
Fall recipes I enjoy or want to try
I also thought that it would be fun to share some fall recipes that I love from around the internets and my Cookbook Shelf, along with a few that I really want to try. As I’m traveling this autumn, I’m not sure how many new things I’ll get to (I’m going to be giving Montenegrin and Croatian recipes a go), but these are on my list.
Dorie Greenspan’s Cauliflower Soup is one of the easiest, best soup recipes I’ve ever made. You can find it in Around My French Table. It’s even healthy.
Hungarian Mushroom Soup is absolutely divine, and this recipe from Modern Proper is doable.
Bring on the roasted root vegetables. All of them. And potatoes.
While I don’t always get around to making it, I do love a good stuffed squash come autumn. This guide from the Kitchn provides a good template.
Autumn is when I crack open Mastering the Art of French Cooking and give things a try. However, nearly every year, I make Julia Child’s classic Coq au Vin. So comforting on a brisk day.
A couple of years ago, a dear friend made me Farmhouse Chicken in Vinegar Sauce, an Alsatian dish, and I have been meaning to try making it myself. Thank goodness the dearly missed Saveur still has online archives.
Dessert & baked goods
- Smitten kitchen’s pumpkin bread is a thing of beauty and a joy forever.
- Joy the Baker’s Thanksgiving baking roundup from a couple of years ago has me drooling.
- The Kitchn has some fun things to bake with leftover Halloween candy.
What are your favorite fall recipes?
What are your autumn favorites? Let us know your go-to fall recipes in the comments!
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