There’s a chill in the air.

FallMy favorite time of the year is beginning to blow in…Fall.

There’s a crisp chill in the air, the leaves turn golden, orange and red and there is a bountiful harvest of delicious food.

With that said,  my favorite cooking store, Williams-Sonoma, is bringing out their autumn line, with some returning items and some new.

What is fall without the aromas of pumpkin, cinnamon apple, turkey and my favorite, butternut squash. Try WS new Pumpkin Parmesan Pasta Sauce. And if that doesn’t do it for you, definitely try the Butternut Squash Puree and make an out-of-this-world soup. It’s by far my favorite!

Throwing a party but don’t feel like baking? Well WS can help you out there. Order foods from Giant personalized cookiesHalloween Cookies to Checkerboard Cake to Pumpkin Whoopie Pies. Check out all their new fall foods here.

Ah, baking. Always makes the house smell so festive. Bundt cakes always feed a crowd. To be a little more festive, try WS new Autumn Leaf Bundt Pan. And now (drum roll please) for my new favorite baking mold: Pocket Pie Molds. Buy them in pumpkin or apple shapes, fill with your favorite harvest fruits and viola! Your very own personal, hand-held pie. 

Of course, these are only some of the new fall items being offered. Stop by their Web site where you will find img86mexclusive Web site items, or better yet, stop inside a store — classical music is playing, new items are on display and samples are always given out.

*Stop by closer to Thanksgiving and their Holiday items will be available — such as their Mulling Spices, which makes the best apple cider.

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