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29 September 2015

September 2015 posts

Tuesday, 29 September 2015
Whoohooo!! It's Crabapple Season!
summary: Crabapple Jelly; more recipe ideas for crabapples; information about Not Far From the Tree

Monday, 28 September 2015
Your grapes are lemons?? Make marinade!
summary: making grape juice; how to use it in savoury dishes; information about Not Far From the Tree;

Sunday, 20 September 2015
Wordless Not-Wednesday: Surprise!!
summary: Surprise!!! We found this package balanced precariously in our mailbox yesterday morning;

Wednesday, 16 September 2015
Conchas!! Who kneads them? (BBB September 2015)
summary: recipe for Conchas (Mexican pan dulce), based on a recipe from Pati's Mexican Table; surprises about flavour combinations; is kneading necessary?; substitutions; a Bread Baking Babes project;

Tuesday, 8 September 2015
Swiss Chard and Apples go Together Beautifully
summary: Swiss Chard and Apples; lost and found; garden wealth – or not; Scarlet Runner Beans; information about Not Far From the Tree

Thursday, 3 September 2015
Mostly-Wordless Not-Wednesday: The Glass is Greener...
summary: apples galore; apple juice; fried apples; lost images; McIntosh (or perhaps Spartan?) apples picked for Not Far From the Tree on 31 August 2015 in a backyard of Toronto: in 2 hours, 5 of us picked a little over 150 lbs in all (1/3 of the fruit went to the tree owner, 1/3 was shared by the pickers, and 1/3 was delivered by bicycle to be donated to a food bank, shelter, or community kitchen in the neighbourhood)