It’s fall here in New York and I am surrounded by colorful changing leaves and an abundance of apples, squash and gourds. I recently roasted some delicious Buttercup Squash and decided that I would save some of the seeds to plant and enjoy in my garden next season. Did you know you can dry your own seeds? You can actually grow a wide variety of your favorite vegetables from seeds that you are probably just tossing out in the trash. Why purchase the packets in the store? Use the seeds from the produce that you know tastes amazing. It’s...Read More
Month: October 2017
Print One Ingredient Applesauce Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 7 minutes Total Time: 12 minutes Category: dessert Yield: 5 Serving Size: 1/2 cup Ingredients 15 Apples (Use a mix of the apples you like to eat. I used Jonamacs and Golden Delicious) Instructions Wash apples thoroughly. Cut apples into half or quarters (depending on size as you want them to fit into your food processor easily after steaming). Remove the stems, seeds and core from the slices. Place apple pieces into a steamer basket or steaming rack. I utilize two trays in my bamboo steamer to fit all...Read More
It’s Ocotber and that means cooler weather here in New York and one of our Family Favorite Holidays…Halloween! I love this Haunted House made from recycled boxes, toilet paper and paper towel rolls. This Haunted House is a great decoration that can be placed in your window to display, it could also double as the centerpiece on a table for a Halloween party. On Halloween Eve, I plan to place this on my covered front porch next to the candy jar for Trick-or-Treaters. Supplies: X-Acto Knife and Blade Box Cutters Scissors Black Marker Ruler Hot Glue &...Read More
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