this of course depends on where you live and the growing seasons respectively.
i always look forward to rutabagas. they're something my grandmother was very fond of and that i grew up eating regularly in the autumn and winter months in minnesota. roasted or added to soups, it is sweet, earthy and delicious.
wild rice soup is another that is a family standard. made with chicken or turkey stock, lots of veggies and a splash of cream.
split yellow pea and ham soup is also always satisfying. throwing in a smoked ham hock never hurt either...
what do ya'll like to eat once the weather starts to turn a little chilly?