Autumn has arrived. With it has come much needed rain, cool weather and a welcome change to the menu. Soup, chili and stew take turns on the stove while the fragrance of simmering herbs greets visitors on a dimly lit afternoon. Gathering family around the dinner table or a football game brings us together as the leaves begin to blanket the ground. One-pot meals are not only perfect to warm your bones on a crispy wet evening, but also once assembled they can simmer on the stove while you catch up on your day. Many recipes are perfect for slow …
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