Fall is my all-time favorite time of the year for many many reasons, one of which is the incredible flavors of pumpkin, spices, apples, roasts, chili's, soups, ciders and so many other fall foods. When leaves are blowing through the air and a chilly wind is blowing, I love to spend time steaming up my kitchen windows.
Starting next Friday, September 24th, and running through the last Friday of October, the 29th, I will be hosting Fabulous Fall Foods Friday. Each Friday I will post a wonderful fall recipe and hopefully a delightful picture of two of the finished product before it's gobbled up.
I would like to ask all of you to join me and share your favorite fall recipes. Now, I am the first to know that sometimes you can't always get something done on a specific day, so each week you will have from Friday to Wednesday to post your recipe. When you do, please make sure and let me know so that I can add a link in my Friday post. Each week that you participate will get you a "ticket" in the drawing forthe new Autumn Gooseberry Patch "Homemade Harvest" Cookbook, featured below. Come on, who doesn't want a copy of that?? I certainly do! So get cooking, girls. I can't wait to see what you come up with!
From the cookbook description:
Whether you're spending sunny Autumn days among the changing leaves or looking forward to a cozy evening snuggled up by a crackling fire, Homemade Harvest has the best recipes of the season. Barbecue chicken sandwiches and fast-fix tomato-basil soup are perfect for tailgating and little goblins will love boo-tiful pumpkin cake at Halloween. No matter what size feast you're planning, tried & true favorites like Gran's stuffed turkey rolls, sweet potato casserole and cinnamon-glazed apple pie are all sure to please. We've even included recipes like peachy freezer jam for preserving autumn's fresh bounty. With a cornucopia of decorating and cooking tips tucked in, plus a chapter of crafts for handmade gifts...it's the season of homecoming and homemade goodness!