Yes! It’s another pumpkin recipe and one that isn’t doused in sugar, cinnamon and frosting! I’m trying new things with pumpkin, and I know that stuffing a pumpkin isn’t all that original but this beautiful, heirloom Musquée de Provence pumpkin is not just another pumpkin.
Last year, I promised myself that I would try a new pumpkin every week. I think I got through 2 ? Continue reading →
Yes, today is the obligatory pumpkin post that every self respecting blogger must publish every autumn.
As the wind picks up and the days are more blustery; ripping the last remaining leaves off the trees and forming swirling, golden whirlpools on the ground, one might think these are the signs that autumn has arrived. No. The signs of autumn are the pumpkin recipes on websites, the horrible PSL at Starbucks and Pinterest. Continue reading →
Peaches in the summer are to me what pumpkin is to others in the fall. They are, by far, my favourite summer fruit and I’ve been very lucky to live in two States that grow peaches. Getting a locally grown, red hued peach, ripe off the tree has been fairly easy for me. Continue reading →
Today’s post is one that, once again, should’ve been posted last week but wasn’t because I flaked it. I’m hoping that there are still some ramps available but if not, we can use spring onions or scallions.