I don't like to rush things when it comes to seasons and holidays. Here in Michigan, although we have the most spectacular autumns, I am NEVER in a hurry for summer to be over. I don't like decorating for fall until Oct 1, and it usually stays until Thanksgiving. I don't like Christmas decor for Turkey Day, and I certainly don't like seeing Christmas stuff for sale in September!!!! My only exception to this rule is, of course, FOOD! I can't wait for September to come: crisp apples, apple cider and donuts; squash and sweet potatoes; all kinds of soups; and of course, pumpkin spice!
Back in quarantine, I went down the sourdough rabbit hole, and had way more fun cooking with the discard than I did baking actual sourdough bread (which is really hard, btw!). One of the best recipes I discovered was King Arthur's Cinnamon Raisin Sourdough Bread. I made it MANY times this spring. But when fall rolled around, I knew I had to make it again, this time adding in that pumpkin spice! You have got to try it!
Adapted from https://www.kingarthurbaking.com/recipes/cinnamon-raisin-sourdough-bread-recipe