Last week we were swimming at the lake, today we are wearing light sweaters and sipping hot tea.
Ahh! Welcome Autumn!
After canning my rear end off last month, its nice to look at something other than mason jars and canning pots. I’m quite sure we will enjoy these things come cooler months.
I really like this one. It was hand-made by an artist in Boca Raton, FL. I adore using well made pottery.
Pumpkins and squash fill my counters. Ready to eat this season.
I love roasting squash and serving it with butter, salt and fresh pepper. Yum.
We have a lovely pumpkin and fall squash display on the front step.
I topped one with moss and succulents for accent;
we are progressively eating our way through the rest!
While this October edition of In My Kitchen was due a good while back, I’ve been quite busy working on a few things.
For one, I studied my butt off to take the certifying exam for “Certified Dietary Manager” or CDM. I’ve been cramming medical nutritional therapies and medical codes into my head and now that I’ve passed the exam I have more free time to blog.
In My Kitchen now are 6 molds of goat cheese draining,
2 bread loaves rising, lobster tails, stone crab claws and Mimosa’s for lunch because today is my birthday!
And it’s time to start working on November’s In My Kitchen! Celia of Fig Jam and Lime Cordial, Hosts this wonderful gathering each month. Visit and join in!
- Roasted Butternut Squash (simplelifeabundantlife.com)
- 20 Savory Squash Recipes for Fall (mommyrunfast.com)
- Coconut and Butternut Squash Soup (splendidrecipes.wordpress.com)