Category: Fall

Fall Sipping: Apple Cider Sangria

 Apple Cider Sangria is a refreshing sangria for fall! An easy seasonal cocktail for a crowd, taking advantage of just picked apples, fresh apple cider, and ideal to mix up for tailgating or just because it’s fall! This sangria is infused with perfect combination of apple and ginger flavors and is refreshing without being overly sweet! I…

Serving Up Flowers In A Pumpkin Tureen

Are you ready for fall and pumpkins? We still have plenty of summer-like temperatures and warm weather ahead of  us here in the South, but I began the count down to fall a month ago! Pumpkins are just starting to arrive at the garden centers and  nurseries and I’m ready for a Happy Harvest and all things pumpkin! One of my…

Easy Caramel Apple Bars!

Easy Caramel Apple Bars come together in 15 minutes and bake in about 20. The hardest part is waiting for them to cool long enough to cut! This crowd-pleasing bar recipe starts with oatmeal cookie mix and then is layered with apples and caramel topping. They’re delicious anytime of year since Granny Smith apples are…

At the Table: A Fall Transition with Mikasa Ventosa

I’m making the transition to fall at the table with Ventosa Dinnerware by Mikasa Gourmet Basics. Organic in design, Mikasa’s Gourmet Basics’ Ventosa Dinnerware is a handcrafted collection that offers a modern option for dining.  A reactive glaze provides a natural variation in color, while the starburst and linear design adds a feeling of movement, adding to the handcrafted appeal.…

Falling Back

It’s that time of year to fall back ~ with a few exceptions like Arizona, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico, most of us in the US will be turning our clocks back this weekend. It’s also time when my internal clock falls to comfort food~ harvesting, gathering, and Thanksgiving! Click on the links if you’d like to fall…

Fall Around The Potting Shed

I’ve been busy harvesting  pumpkins, gourds, goldenrod, leaves and pots of mums for Fall Around The Potting Shed! A basket on the door is filled with goldenrod and oak leaves, still green, which don’t turn in North Carolina until the end of October. You’re welcome to peek inside at the chalkboard door with a favorite quote…

A Casual Fall Centerpiece

I enjoy putting a centerpiece for a table together, especially if it’s easy, casual, and includes a little of nature’s bounty! For my Pfaltzgraff Plymouth Dinnerware table, I gathered  pumpkins, leaves, apples, nuts, and mums. I started with a Better Homes and Gardens Wire Pumpkin Tealight Holder I harvested at Walmart a couple of weeks ago for $9.96! I built…