Fall cooking

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Does anyone have any good fall recipes for when the weather gets colder?

Little bit Farm

-- Little Bit farm (littleBit@compworldnet.com), September 12, 2001


Never tried it but you can find a recipe here:


Pumpkin Butter

-- Little Bit Farm (
littlebit@brightok.net), February 19, 2004.

To me there is nothing better than Bean Soup in the fall. Small white navy beans make an excellent soup when boiled with a hambone left over from dinner. Tomorrow I plan on cooking up a pot. My absolute favorite fall thing is to cook these beans on a woodstove, both heating my house and cooking my delicious dinner. Unfortunately I don't have a woodstove right now, but as soon as our house goes through I plan to take care of that right quick. this soup served with warm spiced apples and warm cider, make quite a meal.

Little bit farm

-- Little bit farm (littleBit@compworldnet.com), September 14, 2001.

Nothing says "fall" quicker than a big pot of chili bubbling away on the stove. Add a nice, crusty loaf of homemade bread and some sharp cheese and you have a delicious dinner. The only thing better is having it again the next day. Wonder why things like chili always tastes even better the next day?

Wishing you enough.

-- Trevilians (aka Dianne in Mass) (Trevilians@mediaone.net), September 14, 2001.

I love chile too. How about Apple butter simmering. This thread is making me hungry.

Little bit Farm

-- Little bit farm (littleBit@compworldnet.com), September 14, 2001.

I have been hearing talk about "PUMPKIN BUTTER" have any of you tried this? And if so do you have a good recipe? THANKS

-- SANDRA BREWER (IMSLB@WEBTV.NET), February 17, 2004.

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