Our Favorite Products this Fall!
Fall brings with it cooler temperatures, making turning on the oven and getting cooking pretty appealing. It also brings new flavors into season like apple & pumpkin, and if you're looking for inspiration, you should check out our blog post 7 Vermont Inspired Recipes for Fall! Here, we're not intending to get into specific recipes, but rather highlight some of our favorite items for cooking and baking this fall. Some of these are items that are always fall favorites, but we also tried to call attention to items that are available at good deals this particular fall!
Triple Action Apple Machine
The Triple Action Apple machine from Mrs Anderson's Baking Co, peels, cores and slices your apples all at one time! Quick and efficient, this is a great companion for anyone planning to bake after hitting the orchards this fall!
Fall brings with it apple pies, pumpkin pies and more so having a good pie dish is important and our favorite pie dishes are on sale this fall! Emile Henry has been making bakeware from high-fired Burgundy clay since 1850. Their pie dishes are oven, broiler, and microwave safe, can go from freezer to oven and have a 10 year guarantee. Usually $45, they're on sale this fall for $29.99 and available in their Classics Line or with a larger Ruffled edge.
Dutch ovens have a variety of uses, including being great for cooking stews, soups, roasting and braising meats, and even baking bread. If you can see yourself doing any (or all) of these things this fall, you'll want to make sure you've got a good dutch oven! We have a variety of shapes, sizes and brands. Le Creuset is one of our highly recommended brands and they a couple of models on sale this fall. Their 6.75-quart wide round oven comes in a variety of colors, as does their 3.5qt Signature Sauteuse oven.
Jump-start your day the fall way with Pumpkin Spice Tea from The Republic of Tea! Looking fall flavors without the caffeine? Hot Apple Cider Tea, Caramel Apple Tea and the new Golden Pumpkin Tea all offer unique flavors without the kick. Can't decide? The Harvest Stackable Tin offers you some variety.
If you're looking for some new delicious recipes to try, and new cookbook is always helpful. If your looking for more than just recipes, but to actually learn even more about the art of cooking, we'd recommend any cookbook by Molly Stevens. Molly has taught cooking across the US and Europe and it shows in her books. With the temperatures falling and the holidays right around the corner, we'd recommend checking out All About Roasting (however, you wouldn't be gong wrong with All About Braising or All About Dinner)