Fall

Caramel Apple-Cherry Pie

What’s more American than an apple pie? A cherry pie? How about an apple-cherry pie? In honor of the election I started off my pie making endeavors with a caramel apple-cherry pie. It just felt like the appropriate thing to do while watching election coverage. I mean, a sweet potato pie doesn’t really scream America. […]

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A Month of Pie

November. A month of many things. Beards, turkeys, and tasty fall brews. Pilgrims, sweaters, and a maybe a pie or two. No other dessert says autumn quite like a pie. The plums, pears, apples, cranberries and gourds now filling grocery store bins are calling my name. The harvest is finished and it’s time to get […]

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Moroccan Stew

‘Tis the season for pumpkin spiced lattes, fall roasted veggies, and warm bowls of soup. Fall is my favorite to explore new flavors and recipes. I’ve enjoyed putting twists on classic favorites such as butternut squash mac and cheese, roasted veggie pizza, and beer glazed sausage and apples. We haven’t even made it through October […]

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It’s Here!

It’s here! Friday! It has finally made it! I woke up twice this week thinking that it was Friday. Once on Monday (I know, how does that even happen?) and then again yesterday. This girl is obviously ready for the weekend. Just 4 more hours to go. This week has been cold, dreary, and just flat out […]

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Lately

I apologize in advance if this post is a bit mundane. WordPress unfortunately had a “hiccup” and did not save the post that I just spent a near hour writing. I was giving it one last read before I hit publish, when “poof!,” it disappeared. 😦 So let’s try this again… This weekend was spent […]

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Happy Fall!

It’s that time of year again, folks. The days are shorter, the weather is crisp, and the leaves are a changin’! Fall is upon us! Just two more days until we’ll officially leave the long, warm days of summer behind us and open our doors to the ever so welcome days of fall. Even though fall […]

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New Hampshire Getaway

A funny thing I have notice about the North is that the people here are  so fascinated by all things “country.” Some farmers come to town for a food festival, and the festival is swarmed by city dwellers. October rolls around, and everyone flocks to the pumpkin farms. It’s a nice weekend, and the locals […]

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