Posts Tagged ‘Autumn’

Apple Cider Pancakes

Heather says: Whenever birthday season rolls around, we like to give the birthday child a few treats of their own choosing, within reason. I do believe my middle child is a budding foodie. The days leading up to his birthday he talked about how he wanted to have apple pancakes for breakfast, something we have…

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Apple Cider Oatmeal

Heather says: Autumn mornings require the scent of apples and cinnamon. This apple cider oatmeal gets all the sweetness it needs from the naturally occurring sugars in the cider, apples, and raisins. Please taste it before adding any additional sugar at the table, I’m certain you’ll agree that it’s perfect as is. If you want…

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Pecan Crusted Salmon or Steelhead Trout

Heather says: I mentioned a couple of months ago that I was working on getting more fish into our diet. Salmon is our go to, it’s a reliable fish, but like chicken it can go with a number of flavors. With the weather cooling off I find my tastes turn toward warmer flavors.  The toasted…

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Butternut Squash, Savory

Heather says: This autumn side dish is nearly as easy as the sweet version. Use herbs that best complement other elements of the meal. Consider using thyme instead of rosemary or stick with black pepper if neither seem to complement the main course. Ingredients: Butternut squash, halved & seeded water Turkey stock or chicken stock…

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Butternut Squash: A Simple Side

Heather says: With cooler temperatures come falling prices, at least for squashes. Take advantage and enjoy one of the easiest side dishes known to man, baked butternut squash. It’s so simple, there’s not really even a recipe. Preheat your oven to 350F. Cut your butternut squash in half, lengthwise. Use a spoon to scoop out…

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