There’s something about the cool, crisp weather of fall that inspires kitchen activity.
All sorts of enticing autumn fragrances emerge from the stove – apples simmering, pumpkins roasting, and cinnamony sweet things!
and Sarah and I have experimented with some new recipes ~ banana cake, spicy pumpkin curry soup and an egg and sausage breakfast casserole that was delicious. Also a great way to serve a crowd! We had 19 for brunch the Sunday before last.
I followed the recipe exactly, except I used homemade roasted pumpkin puree (drained for a bit) and homemade applesauce.
I wish you could smell the beautiful scent of that bread as it baked.
I’m sorry I don’t have a picture of it as it cooled on the counter – but it was late afternoon and the light was gone.
Trust me though – it was delicious! Especially good toasted, with a nice hot cup of tea!
I found the recipe at my second favourite recipe website – Taste of Home.
Of course . . .
you all know my #1 favourite recipe website!
Marg is in the kitchen there today and she has a perfect dish for a cold, wet October day like we’re having here on Prince Edward Island.
Mennonite Farmers’ Chili – it sounds good for supper!
Check out the other tasty Mennonite Girls’ recipes – there’s even a book in the making!