Halloween plans will be different this year for most families but you still can have a spooky good treat.
When you were a child, what was your favorite pastime? Was it riding your bike? Playing at the park with friends? Climbing trees and running around the neighborhood?
The air is cooler, the leaves are crisp and Halloween is upon us.
Halloween 2020 looks and feels a lot different.
We’ve all seen or at least have heard of the book series, “Chicken Soup for the Soul.” It has been around since 1993 and includes more than 200 titles.
I’m a fan of biscuits, but what I love even more is apple butter on a biscuit.
Did someone say pumpkin spice? I’m pretty sure as soon as the air got cooler some people screamed for the joy of pumpkin spice and others sighed that fans were so excited about the flavor.
My previous article used apple, a popular fall fruit. Today’s recipe uses a popular fall vegetable, the sweet potato.
Fall officially is here. I think it’s safe to say it’s a favorite season marked with great weather, beautiful color and a hint of holiday spirit.
There’s nothing like roasting a s’more over a fire on a cool fall night. It’s part of the fun at the end of a hayride or during a small bonfire.
Fall officially begins Tuesday. Let me repeat, fall officially begins on Tuesday.
Fall officially starts in two days. Fall gives us a reason to bake using all the wonderful spices that most fall recipes require. Apples are a favorite fall fruit and there are several local places around to purchase or even pick your own.
My cousin issued a challenge to make something with wild persimmons. We both have a tree in our yards but never really used the fruit.
I have been known to assign human characteristics to animals, objects and even the plants in my garden. I thought about this as I was watering the last vestiges of my garden after a couple of hot days with no rain. I marveled at my Malabar spinach and thought how happy it looked.
Some food memories stay in your heart and mind for years. One of those is my great aunt Martha Jean Owsley’s brownies.
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