Harbingers of fall are often kitchens’ best aromas

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By Becky Barnes

There is that one day in late summer when you know that fall is not far. You can feel it, even on a 90-degree day. You can see it as tobacco fields turn yellow and once-beautiful gardens show signs of withering.

And, you can taste it.

Some foods are just associated with fall and winter.

Chili. There’s nothing like that first pot of chili. The aroma as it simmers on the stove can set the tastebuds to dancing.

Another blast from my past is carmel corn.

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