I took one of my cheese platters and put together a candle centerpiece for fall. I had picked up a bag of faux pears and apple and pumpkin-shaped candles from Michaels store. Added a few cinnamon sticks and arranged them in between the candles. Of course all colors of fall🍁
Before you say oh no way cabbage😏let me tell you when you cook it with the right ingredients it is delicious😊in the fall you need the goodness of this beautiful vegetable in some salad or soup. I pulled out the crockpot and sliced half a red cabbage. Added chopped carrots, cilantro, bell pepper, celery, any type of beans, a can of chopped tomatoes, chicken broth, or beef broth. I had some chicken sausage which was more sweet than spicy so I made the soup sweet and tangy. At the very end, I mixed raw sugar and balsamic vinegar added to the pot and let it simmer before serving it. I hope you give cabbage a try this fall & winter season🥰
I planted my mini sunflowers from seeds my neighbor gave me when I complimented their beautiful thick row of sunflowers. It takes only a few weeks for the green plant to pop out of the ground, but the flower itself takes many weeks to open up & grow its beautiful round face. I think sunflowers add a natural feel & look to a garden which I love. When they are in full bloom yellow finch, & butterflies are constant visitors🌻
it’s always fun to change the look and feel of our house as the seasons change, especially when the cold season is right around the corner. I always plan on making some subtle changes. today I used some of my colorful, cozy and warm Accent pillows to change the look of the living room, the sitting room, and the kitchen. As the weather gets colder we spend more time indoors, and it is nice to have soft blankets, fury pillows, for those moments when we are ready to sit, and relax.
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Cooking and baking has always been a fun hobby that I have enjoyed immensely. I am an average cook that loves to experiment with cooking healthy meals. I enjoy baking, just simply because I am addicted to chocolate, and for me a lovely pastry with coffee, and tea is a trip to heaven and back☺️
This year, more than ever in my life 😥 I have been cooking and baking for my family, and now for holidays I have decided to bake new goodies and find my new favorites.
I started with :
Pizzelle 👩🏻🍳 every Christmas we enjoy eating these lovely lightly sweet giant snow flakes all day long when we travel to see grandparents. This Christmas I had to bake our own batch 😳 I pulled out my pizzelle maker which I had received years ago as a Christmas gift, and used grandmas’s recipe. After a couple of tries they came out perfect snow flakes 😋
Italian wedding cookies 👩🏻🍳 they are made with crushed almonds, and coated with powder sugar, and look like small snow balls. They are beautiful to look at, and are lightly sweet, and believe me when I say 🤣 you can’t stop at just one.
Cranberry bars 👩🏻🍳 using leftover cranberry sauce from thanksgiving meal, I baked these thick delicious bars with two flaky layers of dough, cushioning a layer of my chunky cranberry sauce, and a layer of walnuts. I am already thinking of making more of these bars with almonds. This is my absolute new favorite 👍
Peppermint bars 👩🏻🍳 I have always bought them as gifts for friends, and loved having them during holidays. This year never found the time to purchase them on time, so I decided to make some. Couldn’t perfectly layer the white chocolate over the dark chocolate, but the result was a swirl of dark and white with crushed peppermints that made little ones very happy to crush and spread over the baking dish. Easy, fun to make, and very delicious. Next time I will make it thinner, so it would be easier to cut, and I have more to eat👍
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