Back in the day when the first cooking shows started popping up, I was a huge fan. These days, there are networks filled with cooking shows of all kinds and I watch them several times a week. One of the first shows was Paula Deen’s. She used her own house seasoning in so many of her recipes and it looked so simple. In time, she bottled it and sold it and it was a staple in our home.
Because it was so easy to use and I went through it so fast, I decided to make my own from scratch so it was readily on hand. Google saved the day when I found so many recipes for it! In the meantime, I have been tweaking it through the years to make it my own. I also make it in bulk and make enough to give away for hostess gifts and as party favors.
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Halloween is only in a few days. Hard to believe. My kiddos are teenagers and will not be home on Halloween night, so I decided to put together an Elegant Halloween Table Setting with pumpkins for this weekend so we can at least celebrate together prior to their Halloween parties ramping up.
Time to fess up here though. I am not fond of Halloween. Don’t get me wrong…I love the festivities, the trick or treating, the costumes, etc. I just don’t like all the scary stuff. Accordingly, I usually only decorate for Halloween with harvest-themed fall decor rather than with skeletons, witches and such.
Hi friends! We were lucky this year to have an abundance of apples from our apple trees. Based on how many apples we have this year, I have been researching and testing dozens of recipes (including some of my own). Today, I am sharing what I believe to be some of the Best Apple Recipes for Fall.
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