Brown Butter Plum Cobbler
(via seven spoons)
Last stitch effort to celebrate the month of pumpkins!
|I go as the swedish chef.|
|Note to self- not cute.|
I try not to discriminate between holidays, mostly because I absolutely love all of them, but Halloween is particularly awesome as it kicks off the season. Lately, I’ve been tuning into ABC’s 13 Nights of Halloween (as if I have nothing better to do—actually, who am I kidding…I don’t) and preparing for a weekend of spooky-goodness: pumpkin carving, mulled brew, and even an eerie-tastic themed football watching party.
Oh, and who doesn’t love any excuse for inhaling candy?
The fall weather demands that I wrap myself in a cozy blanket, sip on warm apple cider, and curl up with a good book. Too bad I’m still stuck at work, and while More Money Than God has been an engaging read so far, I am still in search of a dazzling piece of fiction…
My new go-to dish (after chap chae): duru jiggae, marinated spiced pork belly sauteed with kimchi and rice cakes served with steamed tofu. Especially dangerous if you’re particularly hungry.
— John Whittier (reposted from 8 months ago)
I have found my new favorite place in DC… Eastern Market! The quaint streets lined with Halloween decorations and the stalls filled with knick knacks and tasty treats made this—easily—the most Autumn-friendly location within a ten mile radius.
The best parts: fresh and colorful produce, crunchy leaves beneath your feet, savory crepes, pickle crates, map man, and…
Not just any donuts, mind you. Pumpkin-spiced, freshly-fried, warm, fluffy, dusted with powdered sugared, melt-in-your-mouth, cute-as-a-button… damn. good. donuts.
- peanut butter cups
- orange chicken
- chex of chex mix
- hot salami