UPDATE: This post originally ran on Septmeber 27, 2012, but this chilly weather is making us crave a bowl of piping hot homemade soup — and we figured you might be craving some, too!
Is there anything better than a bowl of fresh homemade soup to warm you up on a cool fall day? I’m a soup fanatic, so you can even find me whipping some up in the middle of a heat wave, but this recipe is a must-try for the season of autumn – and it’s so easy to make!
We’re not quite sure how it snuck up on us, but November starts tomorrow. We know Thanksgiving is on all of our minds this month, in fact our recipe theme for the month is “Vegetarian Thanksgiving”, but you’ve got a lot of fun cooking at home to look forward to before the holiday. Read more »
It’s apple season, everyone! Apple picking is such a fun fall activity, but what in the world are you going to make with all those apples you just picked? Apple pie, apple fritters, applesauce… what else? Apple chips! Read more »
When fall comes around it seems like everything you eat or drink is spiced with delicious flavors that have come to define the season. Just the taste of them brings out memories and nostalgic feelings for fall and going on hayrides, carving pumpkins, cozy fires and the scent of burning leaves. Here are 5 of our favorite fall spices and some of the amazing and unexpected ways you can use them! Read more »
If you checked in with us in September, you know that we’ve asked our friend and contributor Beth Manos Brickey, of Tasty Yummies, to help us put together a list of in-season fruits and veggies every month. Below, she’s shared with us her shopping list for this month, and already our wheels are spinning with recipe ideas. What’s on your to-cook list for October? Read more »
always remembered them being around, and the smell of flour mixture cooking on the grindle is one of my favorite smells. I have carried the recipe with me from my Nana and Mum all the way here to America and today I’ve decided to share with you this simple recipe for Welsh Cakes. Read more »