Music to cook to – Autumn

Cooking is always much more fun with a good tune or two. For Autumn I’ve put together a playlist of falling leaves, orange hues and harvest time, but it also has a darker side. With Halloween comes themes of death, magic, wicked beings and spooky atmospheres. And just to warm you up when you’re getting the shivers we have Fireworks Night bringing roaring fires and burning sensations. I’ve split the playlist into two: one for songs, which will help you pick up the pace in the kitchen, kick off the weekend and maybe even get you singing along; the other for instrumental music which will allow you to relax and think about other things while you’re cooking. I hope you enjoy listening to them.

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