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Beat the dinnertime rush (or lunchtime boredom) by making a large batch of soup on the weekend and freezing it in large or small containers for future meals. These recipes for hearty soups and chilis...
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Savor fall flavors—cinnamon, ginger, pumpkin, apples, nuts, cranberries and more—in these delicious, moist cakes.
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Decorate your fall table with pumpkins, gourds, nuts, fall flowers, fruits, candles and other seasonal materials.
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After Labor Day, autumn stretches ahead like a country road, winding through a few glorious weeks of corn mazes and apple cobbler, home games and scenic drives. Savor a few more of the essential fall...
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These 10 recipes will inspire you to pull a cast-iron pan—yours, your mother's or your grandmother's—off the shelf.
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Echoing a growing desire to preserve the skills of our ancestors, a Michigan fall festival celebrates shearing, knitting and the simple joys of doing things the old-fashioned way.
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Create chic-for-the-season crafts with inexpensive dried corn husks. They’re easy to trim and shape for simple autumnal decor.
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In this Chicago-area home’s landscape, intimate retreats and brilliant fall color create fresh reasons to linger outdoors.
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Whether tailgating or leaf-peeping, pack the perfect picnic using our suggestions for this old-fashioned outing.
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Our easy decorating ideas carry the pleasures of fall into your home.

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