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Fall Kitchen Accessories

Even though I’m holding onto summer weather as long as I can here in Seattle, I am getting into the autumn spirit more and more each day!

One thing I love to do in the fall is to really embrace cozy experiences in the kitchen. We’ve been adding freshly ground nutmeg and cinnamon to our homemade oat milk lattes each morning, I’ve been planning out some extra yummy fall meals, and yesterday my daughter Courtney made us her fall-ish apple pie (the same recipe as this one)! Yum!

It’s beginning to really feel like fall around here! Do you have special fall traditions or recipes you love to make this time of year?

Kitchen Accessory Sources:

  1. Check Linen Tea Towels
  2. Cafe Mug
  3. Blue Mug
  4. Autumn Simple Syrups
  5. Rolling Pin
  6. KitchenAid Mixer
  7. Engraved Mango Wood Serving Board
  8. Nutmeg Grinder
Fall Kitchen Accessories

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Fall Kitchen Accessories

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1 Comment

  1. Deanna Rabe

    I have a red KitchenAid mixer and I love it! A favorite treat I like to make this time of year is from an autumn Gooseberry Patch cookbook called Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie Crunch. So easy and good! And cute towels are a must!

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