Watch this Important Documentary on Seed! Available for a Short time. - Dear Folks, No discussion of food can be complete without the talking about seed. [Pictured is my saved Egyptian Spinach, Garlic Chive and Roselle seed.) ...
Monday, September 23, 2013
A tangerine and russet cascade
Of kaleidoscopic leaves
Creates a tapestry of autumn magic
Upon the emerald carpet of fading summer.
~Judith A. Lindber
Yesterday was apple orchard day at our house and we had a wonderful time. We followed up with homemade pizza and it was the perfect cool, crisp afternoon for walking outside, and heating up the oven. I came home with Gala apples that are pefect for eating, and later I'll stock up on baking apples. I think this year I'll try a couple of pies or cakes with caramel and apples.
The cool weather is a reminder that Fall is officially here and the garden season is winding down for most of us. I wrote an article last week for OFL with tips on ending your garden season on the right note. You'll find the garden tips here: http://oldfashionedliving.com/Fall-in-the-Garden.html
Next up is a series of articles with A Taste of Fall theme that I think everyone will enjoy.
Posted by Brenda Jean Hyde at 5:12 PM