I must admit: it’s somewhat of a strange phenomenon to live in a place where the leaves actually change in the fall. For as much as I love Texas (and we all know I do), there’s certainly no such thing as “four seasons.” Despite our unfortunate lack of color, I’ve always considered fall to be my favorite time of year. Football games, knit sweaters, chai tea lattes and holidays solely devoted to devouring sacred family recipes….well, I just don’t think it gets much better than that.



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