Fall Foods

By: Angela Zhu

  1. Anything pumpkin

Pumpkin just screams fall. You see them at Halloween decorating the neighbors’ lawns, and their orange hue matches the color of fall leaves.

There’s pumpkin pie:

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Pumpkin cheesecake:

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Pumpkin caramel pecan cookies that you can get at Heinen’s:

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And the ever popular pumpkin spice lattes:

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  1. Hot chocolate

Any sort of warm drink is appreciated, especially when the temperature is not 80 degrees and drops like it’s supposed to. You can make it using the hot water method where you add in the packet of hot chocolate mix and stir, or you can buy a carton of chocolate milk and heat it up. There’s a variety of toppings for you to choose from such as whipped cream, marshmallows, and chocolate syrup.

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  1. Soups

Nothing feels better than eating a warm bowl of soup when it’s cold out.

There’s the classic chicken noodle soup:

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Baked potato soup:

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Pumpkin soup:

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Italian Wedding Soup:

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  1. Apples

        Fall is when apples are the crispiest and juiciest. You can go pick them fresh off the tree at your local apple orchard or buy them at a market.

They can be used to make…

Apple pie

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Apple cider

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Caramel apples

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Enjoy the fall season and have fun eating!