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Mid-fall update

It’s been a while since we’ve posted. Su has been busy with travel lately and I’ve managed to stay busy with volunteer activities and work around the house. I’ve managed to come up with a good 50% whole wheat bread recipe using olive oil and honey in the bread machine. I also made a tasty fromage blanc the other week which is a soft, smooth white cheese. It’s kind of like cream cheese but lighter. I put herbs in half of it and the other half I cooked with. Currently I have some queso blanco hanging in butter muslin over the sink for tonights rice, beans, peppers, and tomato.

It’s been a beautiful fall in New England. The tree colors are very bright this year and cover a whole spectrum of greens, yellows, and reds. While I was outside checking on the last of the tomatoes in the garden (and the first of the peppers which are just now large enough to pick) I noticed our own maple tree. Our tree is usually only one color (yellow) and changes late (Thanksgiving). However this year it’s managed to turn early and in multiple shades.

Enjoy!

Spectrum of fall color

Comments

Comment from Wayne Pitcher
Time: October 24, 2008, 2:48 pm

It’s been in the mid-80’s, temperature-wise, in the Bay Area this past week. What is this “fall” of which you speak?

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