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As the weather turns colder, eating soup, cooking in the crockpot, and enjoying warm comfort food becomes part of the daily norm. Crisp air, the smell of cinnamon, and the sight of apples and pumpkins are commonplace during the fall months. What better way to celebrate autumn than by checking out some of our cookbooks and magazines featuring fall recipes?

There are cookbooks solely devoted to fall produce, such as winter squash, pumpkins, and apples. At BCLS, we have several, newly-published cookbooks to attract the most discerning of cooks. The Fly Creek Cider Mill Cookbook or Purely Pumpkin have more than 100 recipes using their feature ingredient of apples and pumpkins. Want to make something to warm your bones? Finding new recipes for the crockpot is a snap as well with options such as Simple 1-2-3; slow cooker recipes or 175 Essential Slow Cooker Classics. Soup recipes for cold weather days can be found in Taste of Home’s Big Book of Soup: over 500 home-cooked favorites for soup, chowder, chili, stew & more!

Don’t forget that Burlington County Library has magazines too, which also offer great new recipes for fall. September editions of Taste of Home and Vegetarian Times have wonderful new ideas for fall-inspired dinners. Martha Stewart Living’s September issue contains slow cooker recipes, and Rachael Ray Every Day’s October issue features comfort food for fall. Why not stop by, check out what we have to offer and pick out a new fall recipe to make in your kitchen?