With colder weather on the horizon, your garden may be on hiatus. If you still want to grow fresh food to enjoy through the winter, you can. Just grow it in your home! And if you want to make it even easier, don't bother with seeds...you can easily grow food from food. Here are some good produce options that are simple to regrow right in your home all winter long:
For details on how to grow each one, check out this article from Better Homes & Garden.
Another article from Spruce.com gives you some good, basic tips on growing food inside if you're new to it. You'll want to use a good quality potting mix and make sure your containers are the right size for what you're trying to grow. Containers need good drainage and should not be placed directly next to a window, in case of drafts. Also, don't place plants near a heating source or they could dry out. Consider supplemental lighting sources too, like grow lights, especially if your home lacks a lot of natural light.
Spruce.com also suggests other good options to grow inside: carrots, garlic, hot peppers, scallions and tomatoes.