I like my pumpkin pie thicc and delicious!
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I’ve got a yummy pumpkin treat just in time for Halloween for you today! I made these vegan pumpkin muffins…
Move over pumpkin spice, there’s a new fall favorite in town…
A hearty fall salad for all of that late summer garden/farm stand abundance!
Hopped onboard the Chia Train and there’s no turning back. choo-choo!
A sweet, fun and super easy wintertime treat!!!
A simple and quick recipe featuring my favorite spring vegetable… Rhubarb!
Head over to the Free People blog today get my recipe for this vegan and gluten free Maple-Pumpkin Spice Granola. Package up in pretty jars and ribbon for beautiful and tasty handmade holiday gifts this year!
The fall pumpkin obsession continues…in the form a deliciously moist and rich tasting spiced pumpkin bread. This sweet quickbread reminds of the date-nut bread my grandma Bridget always served my sister and I when we visited her, not so much the taste but the luscious texture. Grandma would serve it with a proper smear of cream cheese, but I switched that up with homemade soy labneh (so many uses!) and it’s so satisfying with a warm cup of tea in the afternoon.
As I sit typing up this post, I can see what remains of our garden…the flower beds…beautiful bright fuchsia and white cosmos dominate the scene, with warm toned zinnias and orange calendula dotted here and there. I love this colorful transition from summer into fall every October. The pumpkins are in at the farms and the cranberries are ready for harvesting in the bogs. Those first baked squashes and pies and pies and more pies are a welcome tradition in the kitchen.
The local farm had these beautiful bosc pears from a farm in MA, and I couldn’t resist them. When I saw the sweet dumpling squashes I knew right away I wanted to pair those flavors together. If you can find sweet dumpling or carnival squash from your local farms or farmers markets, give them a try over acorn squash. The flavor of these heirloom varieties surpasses that of acorn squash by far in my humble opinion.
Maybe it’s the Louie and Ella Christmas songs playing, or the extra cup of mulled wine, but I’m feeling a…