I love a good seasonal meal. Whether it’s myÂ Feta & Veggie Pasta Salad in the summer or Andrea’sÂ Creamy Pesto Vegetable Lasagna SoupÂ during winter, eating food that matches the weather outside just feels right. Now that the temperature is dropping, all I want to eat is hot and filling home-cooked meals with plenty of flavor and spices. So I had a look through my favorite fall recipes to find the perfect meals for every part of the day.
Itâ€™s that time of year again when we dig out our hats and scarves, and watch the leaves turn gold and fall from the trees. Whether or not you enjoy this season (I do! ), fall is the perfect time to fill your home with the glorious smells of pumpkin, ginger, caramel, and hot cranberries. Mmm…Iâ€™ve rounded up 5 of my favorite fall desserts to help you do just that. I hope your sweet tooth is ready! The first of my favorite fall desserts comes fromÂ Andrea ofÂ Cooking with a Wallflower.
Brussels sprouts tossed in honey, sesame oil, and soy sauce then roasted until slightly charred. These roasted honey sesame brussels sprouts are delicious and a great side dish. Hi! I’m Andrea from Cooking with a Wallflower, and this month I’m back to share with you this roasted brussels sprouts recipe. I’ve been so busy lately that life feels so crazy. It’s so funny how sometimes things just come in clusters. Lately, I’ve been going to bachelorette parties, bridal showers, weddings, baby showers.
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