Food & Drink

Get inspired: Hometown Harvest will gear you up for a season of delicious eats



Even if you're still pulling peppers and tomatoes out of your summer garden, it's not a bad time to think about what you'll be warming yourself with come this fall. And this volume, published last year, has pages and pages of ideas on what to serve for breakfast, lunch, and dinner to shake off autumn's chill. From "Perfect Pumpkin Pancakes" to "Black Kettle Brunswick Stew," there's plenty to keep you inspired, especially if you're interested in eating seasonally. The book's small-town theme may or may not appeal to you, depending on your origins, but the comforting foods almost certainly will.

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