We’re in that weird between-seasons part of year; the calendar says it’s still summer until the equinox on the 23rd and it may still be hot as blazes where you are, but school’s in session, Labor Day weekend has come and gone, and the sun is setting earlier and earlier each night. Read More Lunchtime Poll: Fall Favorites
Autumn has arrived! Scrumptiously cooler days are here, and with them come darker evenings. And what do darker evenings mean? They mean it’s time for the season of indoor entertainment. Read More Lunchtime Poll: Dark Evening Entertainment
It’s beginning to look a lot like autumn! I swear I wasn’t going to say the “C” word. I promise. Now that autumn is here and there are less than three months until The Festivity That Shall Not Be Named, I am already wanting to bring some loveliness into our home. Mr. Juniper could be heard exclaiming, “But it’s not even Halloween yet!” Dried orange slices? They would be acceptable, wouldn’t they? Very autumnal? Not exclusively linked with The Festivity That Shall Not Be Named? “No autumn wreaths, though!” he said. We shall see, Mr. Juniper. We shall see. Read More Ladyguide: Dried Orange Slices
Living in Portland for the past three years has gotten me into the spirit of enjoying each of the four seasons, something that we native Southern Californians tend to miss out on. Read More Lunchtime Poll: What’s Your Favorite Pumpkin Treat?
Medieval gingerbread is one of my specialties.
It’s very easy to make and produces a lot of end product to share with family and friends. It’s a sweet or confection, not a cookie/cake like modern gingerbread. And sticky. You can also shape it, so it can be an especially pretty dessert.
Pictures and recipe after the jump!
Ok, so it’s not officially fall for another week or so, but the trees in my backyard are already changing colors and it’s getting down into the 40s at night here, so close enough. Read More Lunchtime Poll: Your Favorite Part of Fall