See you again next year!
See you again next year!
I’ve needed this soup lately. This fall has been a bit trying. We live in an area that up until six months ago was fairly quiet. Suddenly construction started around us everywhere. There has been construction on the interstate that starts up at midnight and goes on until we get up. While I realize this is the only time some of these repairs can get done– we get no sleep during these times. Most of the construction has involved machinery that digs down deep into the cement, tears it up, chews it up, and then a truck backs up (beep, beep, beep) and collects it. Then during the day, there is construction from 6am until 6pm right across the street. On the weekends the property manager for us has been trying to have the driveway and parking lot fixed, so you guessed it over a month now of construction right outside our door. My husband sleeps right through it, me not so much. Six months of this and I’ve reached my limit. Here’s hoping for finished construction projects and long cool nights of sleep in my future.
Here’s the recipe for the Tomato Tortellini Soup
There is nothing better after a long day of work on little sleep than a good hearty tomato soup. You will love the Tomato Tortellini, it’s easy to make and yummy.
This month has been busy already with processing squash to eat this winter, visiting nearby lavender farms, zoos, even a corn maze, and of course visiting local apple orchards and buying lots, and lots of apples for eating and applesauce.
I hope your fall is going great!
“I am made for autumn. Summer and I have a fickle relationship, but everything about autumn is perfect to me. Wooly jumpers, Wellington boots, scarves, thin first, then thick, socks. The low slanting light, the crisp mornings, the chill in my fingers, those last warm sunny days before the rain and the wind. Her moody hues and subdued palate punctuated every now and again by a brilliant orange, scarlet or copper goodbye. She is my true love.” Alys Fowler
My favorite month of the year is here. Pumpkins galore! I love pumpkin pie, pumpkin bars, plain pumpkin puree. Pumpkin, I love pumpkin. No kidding pumpkin orange was was my favorite color for almost 25 years. I love the weather in October, halloween, fall leaves, fall foods and fall hay rides. Cannot. wait. Last weekend we made our last trip of the year to Bauer’s Market and bought 50# (wild guess) of acorn squash, 3 pumpkin pie pumpkins, 15# of apples for eating and baking, and 3 loaves of their delicious apple fritter bread. This week on my day off I made applesauce, apple pie and pumpkin puree for cheesecake and to freeze for pumpkin pies later this month. I’ve posted the recipes below- enjoy!
Next up is a look at biodynamic vs. organic and recipes for cabbage rolls and apple fritter bread. Have a great fall weekend!