My apologies for these very tardy links and winners. I felt a little off on Friday and woke up early Saturday morning with the stomach flu. I’m no longer feeling like death is mere moments away, but I’m not quite back to my chipper, food-focused self. Here are the few links I could gather up for you.
- A reminder to make green tomato and apple chutney, should you have an abundance of such things (actual recipe here).
- Whipped goat cheese with green chile and garlic.
- Easy baked apples and miraculous chocolate pear jam.
- Five ferments that just didn’t work.
- Foraged fruit and transitions.
- Cocoa puff bars.
- Rye chocolate brownies.
- Grain-free chocolate chip cookies.
- Love the cover of Autumn’s upcoming book!
The winners of the $25 gift cards from Glass Dharma are #63/Carissa, #88/Nikki Howser, and #144/Madeleine. If you didn’t win, but liked the idea of the glass straws, make sure to follow Glass Dharma on Facebook. They sponsor a lot of giveaways and always share them on their page.
OH MY GOODNESS I WON!!! 🙂 thanks so much!
You did! I’ll email all the winners tomorrow with details.
Glad you are feeling better!
Thanks for this link for another tasty green tomato recipe, I will be using it today. November 4th, and I am pulling the tomatoes up today, I am done, well almost done in the garden. But it has been a good year. We have green tomato curry, green tomato sauce and soon chutney on the shelf. I already roasted and froze trays of candy goodness red ones following your guide. Next up will be all those bags of frozen red ones. Simple sauce/puree I think.
This week I made MORE applesauce! We live in the city and have two apple trees that we planted 20 years ago. Our harvest was VERY abundant this year, and I am still trying to find new interesting things to do with apples. Your blog has been very helpful. I am grateful!
Made the apple/cran compote, the pumpkin-spice applesauce. Big hits with my family and friends.
AND I’ve been cooking on an induction cooktop since we planted those trees – 21 years. That All-Clad pan would be an awesome tool for the vegan Indian dishes that I have been experimenting with.
Thanks for all you do!