Here's an excerpt from the workshop:
Everything in nature contracts and moves its essence inward. Leaves and fruit fall, seeds dry, the sap of trees goes into the roots. The earth’s grasses start to lose their deep green color, turning lighter and dryer.
It is the same with us: skin becomes dry, emotions are more pensive and turning inward. There is a comfort in curling up and staying warm. There is greater energy required for cooking in a cooler season.
Think heartier stews and crockpots simmering for longer periods of time. Think broths where the essence of the broth must have the contents retrieved by simmering for a good amount of time.
Appetite will be stimulated by warm fragrance of baked as well as sautéed food.
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