No, not that season--at least not yet. We're celebrating the Fall season, Autumn if you prefer, when if you live in New England as I do, the frost is on the pumpkin and the leaves turn beautiful shades of russet, scarlet, ocher, and yellow, and all the gorgeous hues in between.
Here are two seasonal books for you--and a recipe, as promised, the perfect offering for a family dinner, from an old farmhouse recipe. Not originally from my family but a real farm family raising Holsteins in upstate New York. Thanks to Becky Wasserstrom for providing years of warm memories and wonderful endings to our meals.
A month later, Thanksgiving is the theme in Murder, She Wrote: A Fatal Feast, #32 in the series. And guess who's coming to dinner? If you've been longing to see Scotland Yard Inspector George Sutherland again--and I was--dip into this story about when George gets to experience a real Maine Thanksgiving and finds himself investigating a mystery with his favorite lass. That would be me.
Happy Halloween and Happy Thanksgiving!
Wishing all our readers the best for all the upcoming holidays. Here's our holiday gift to you:
3 ½ cups Flour
One cup of mild tasting Oil (not olive oil)
Do you have special recipe that has been in your family for years?