Autumn is a season of work, preparation, beauty and change. You may already be following my Autumn series, but for many, Autumn’s a fresh way of living, as we hunker down into our schedules, warm blankets, fires, and comfort foods.
To some it even brings a sense of loneliness (hand in the air! as I just sent my two sons off to college at University of Oregon). For sure, my cooking is changing now that it’s just my husband, myself and our daughter at home (and our food bill). Cooking for three is way simpler, and our fall meals are stretching nicely now.
But one thing that remains the same is that dinner happens.