Teff Porridge with Apples, Dates, and Pecans

Teff Porridge recipe

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There’s something about starting the day with a steaming bowl of porridge that just feels right at this time of year. It’s warming, nutritious, and energizing, and I find it fills me up and keeps me going all way until lunchtime, unlike some other breakfasts where I already need a snack by the time 10 am rolls around!

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Pumpkin Apple Baked Beans


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These baked beans combine chopped pumpkin, pumpkin puree, apple cider, and chopped apples to create a sweet and tasty comfort food, perfect for a chilly fall day.

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Salted Pumpkin Caramels

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I tried to hold off for as long as I could on the obligatory October pumpkin recipe because of this video. The pumpkin spice invasion of the world!!! But any self-respecting food blogger has to face the facts. Come October, you should fulfill your blogging destiny and do at least one pumpkin recipe. And really I’m just joking because I actually do love pumpkin spice everything. So riding on the enthusiasm of the last video which involved salted bourbon caramel sauce, I thought I’d continue in the same vein, with an autumn favorite of mine: salted pumpkin caramels.

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Parsley Almond Pesto Pasta with Roasted Squash

Parsley Almond Pesta Pasta recipe

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Our basil has seen better days and is getting ready to say farewell until next year. But the parsley is having its glory days, looking more lush and vibrant than ever before.

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Pear Crisp With Salted Bourbon Caramel

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The only thing that rivals picking apples at this time of year is picking pears.

Peach Crisp recipe

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Zesty Red Cabbage Slaw

Zesty Red Cabbbage Slaw

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This red cabbage slaw is deceivingly simple but packs a real flavor punch. It was my mom’s staple cabbage slaw and I’ve been eating it for as long as I can remember. Since my mom is no longer with us, I make this salad often and think of her whenever I do.

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Plum Almond Crustless Tart

Plum Almond Crustless Tart recipe

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This is a delightful recipe which is ridiculously easy to make. You can whip it up and have it in the oven in 15 minutes flat (including grinding your own almonds!)

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Skip the Noodles: Zucchini Lasagna

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Ah yes. It’s that wonderful time of year again. Zucchini everything. And everywhere. I actually love zukes, so I’m always up for the seasonal challenge to creatively use up bucketloads of them. This recipe is my new favorite thing to do with a glut of zukes: slice them up in long thin slices and use them in lieu of noodles to make a delicious, pasta-free vegetarian lasagna.

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