Baked acorn squash couldn’t be easier. Bake the sliced and seeded squash with salt, pepper, butter, maple syrup and brown sugar, until fork tender. Sprinkle on some chopped, fresh parsley for a lovely autumn side dish.Continue Reading
You’ve got this! Yes, you can confidently host Thanksgiving this year. Even a novice can create a lovely feast with our FREE Thanksgiving for Beginners eBook! Complete with recipes, shopping list and a preparation schedule to help you navigate Thanksgiving dinner and enjoy the day.Continue Reading
I made something for you as we head into the month of November. It is a Count Your Blessings Journal. Use this FREE Printable to jot down those big and little blessings that come our way each day. It is a one-month journal to record daily blessings that are sometimes forgotten in the busyness of life.Continue Reading
Libby’s Famous Pumpkin Pie is faithfully part of our Thanksgiving day. It is a classic. I have used this recipe from the label of the Libby’s Pumpkin can for years. It is dependable and delicious!Continue Reading
I gathered together a few pieces to create a Pilgrim and Indian centerpiece to brighten our kitchen table. A squash-shaped soup tureen on an oval serving plate with a couple of tiny orange pumpkins and a set of hand painted wooden figures purchased years ago from a craft fair.
Caramel Pumpkin Pie is the recipe we are all making with the group Tuesdays with Dorie.
This recipe begins by browning sugar over medium-high heat until melted. I stopped short of cooking as long as the directions suggested. Heavy cream is then added to the hot syrup and stirred until smooth to make caramel. I did have a piece that did not melt back and I just lifted it out before proceeding.