Simple Recipes for Fall & Winter from Sunday Suppers

Simple Fare Cookbook from Sunday Suppers. Great cookbook for seasonal eating.

Seasonal eating is at the heart of how we live. So this last spring when Karen Mordechai and the rest of the Sunday Suppers team released their Simple Fare Spring/Summer cookbook was very exciting for us. It became a staple throughout this last few seasons. We loved how it helped us improvise when we didn’t have an ingredient or offered up suggestions on how to easily prepare the dish. Most of all it was gorgeous.

Simple Fare Cookbook from Sunday Suppers. Great cookbook for seasonal eating.

Simple Fare Cookbook from Sunday Suppers. Great cookbook for seasonal eating.

Simple Fare Cookbook from Sunday Suppers. Great cookbook for seasonal eating.

As we enter fall, Karen and the Sunday Suppers team have added to the collection and the Simple Fare Fall/Winter cookbook was released this month to help you easily and simply cook for the fall and winter seasons. You can find the book for sale at many local bookstores or here on Amazon.

Simple Fare Cookbook from Sunday Suppers. Great cookbook for seasonal eating.

Simple Fare Cookbook from Sunday Suppers. Great cookbook for seasonal eating.

We love the book already and are planning our fall and winter meals accordingly. We are just waiting for a cool day to start making this warming and beautiful dishes.

To get you excited for the book, I had to share a few gorgeous images from the book because they are just absolutely perfect.

Simple Fare Cookbook from Sunday Suppers. Great cookbook for seasonal eating.

Simple Fare Cookbook from Sunday Suppers. Great cookbook for seasonal eating.

Happy Tuesday friends! What cookbooks do you love for seasonal meal planning and cooking inspiration?

PS. Don’t miss their gorgeous shop as well. Seriously beautiful items.

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  1. What beautiful styled photos and the meals look so delicious! My mom just randomly sent me three cookbooks in the mail. i will have to check out this cookbook, i always love cookbooks with beautiful images of what the meal should look like.

  2. It is so important to eat seasonally. Better for nutrition, better for the environment. My main cue is the farmer’s market–I buy what they’re growing. And they often give recipe suggestions.

  3. You mention applesauce and now i am looking for a good recipe without added sugar-any suggestions? (and i think applesauce is so wonderful it should be a condiment served with every meal)

    1. To make a good applesauce you don’t need sugar. You just need apples (not too tart but ones on the sweeter side), cinnamon, clove, some water or apple cider (cider is the best), and let it just cook away. That’s it. Very simple and proportions are usually more or less you prep the apples and fill a large pot. Then bring the juices about 1/3 in the pot Add spices as you desire (you can always taste and add more along the way) and it should just cook down till it becomes a sauce over an hour or two. I have not canned it, but that is the recipe I use. I think you may want to place it warm or hot into jars and seal somehow. That I would suggest finding a guide for, but that is the recipe I use above and my grandmother taught me.