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Welcome The Season With Easy Recipes For Fall eCookbook

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

August 19, 2013 – Northbrook, IL – Fall is a busy time for everyone, so easy recipes that get dinner on the table fast are a must. To get the season started off right, the editors of RecipeLion.com have just released a new collection of easy recipes for fall, which includes main dishes, sides and desserts. The 25 Stupidly Easy Recipes for Fall eCookbook is free to download and is available on the RecipeLion.com website.

According to a recent survey by YouGov, fall is the favorite season for most Americans. Of those who were surveyed, 29% said they prefer the autumn season to winter, spring and summer. With temperatures that are not too hot or too cold, and less rain than other seasons, the weather is just one reason why fall was the favorite season among responders from all over the country.


With the simple and quick dishes in 25 Stupidly Easy Recipes for Fall from RecipeLion, it's easy to spend more time enjoying the fall weather and less time in the kitchen. Although they don't take much effort to make, these dinners, side dishes and desserts definitely don't sacrifice flavor. Included in the 45 pages of this eCookbook are seasonal family favorites like Autumn Pork Chops (pg. 10), Make-at-Home Texas Roadhouse Rolls (pg. 16), 4-Ingredient Funeral Potatoes (pg. 18), Easy Glazed Apple Fritters (pg. 35), Double Layer Pumpkin Pie (pg. 40) and many more.

Download the 25 Stupidly Easy Recipes for Fall free eCookbook here:
http://www.recipelion.com/Thanksgiving-Recipes/Stupidly-Easy-Recipes-for-Fall-Free-eCookbook

For additional information about fall recipes or any of RecipeLion's free eCookbooks, please contact RecipeLion.com editor, Jordan Sward.


Contact:
Jordan Sward, Editor
RecipeLion.com
Prime Publishing
847-205-9375
 

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About RecipeLion.com and Prime Publishing LLC:
RecipeLion.com is a cooking and recipe  community Website featuring over 40,000 free recipes for every occasion and level of cooking skill. We also publish Quick & Easy Recipes, a free e-mail newsletter and publish free eBooks (cookbooks) featuring recipes, helpful cooking tips and menu ideas.


Prime Publishing LLC was established in 1995 as a traditional niche book publishing company. The company created its first web site in 1996. Today, we are an Internet Media Company that operates web site communities and e-mail newsletters in the areas of crafting, home decor, wellness, diet, and cooking. A full list of web properties, free newsletters and free eBooks can be found at www.primecp.com.

 

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