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Pinterest is dangerous when it comes to pinning pictures of food. You just start getting so hungry... You start craving everything you just pinned. Being in college, I eat whatever is in the dining hall or go out to restaurants, so I try to keep the food pinning at times when I know it won't kill me to look at pictures of food! It's interesting to note there are certain times of day I can look at food and say, That looks good, I'll make it some day and others when just one picture of a fallen soufflé chocolate cake means I need something sweet right now. When I get home, I don't even know where I will start. There are so many recipes to try. I might be able to try a few at Thanksgiving.
Fall is a time for warmth and pumpkin (yes, I am one of those people) and soups and coats. I'm glad my last semester at Smith is in the fall because autumn Massachusetts is all they say it is. It's a wonderful place to be at this time of year. We start to crave food that is rich and decadent and hot. It's funny to see what I've been into lately. I've added quite a few new subcategories to my food Pinterest board. I've had a "Pumpkin" Pinterest board since the very beginning but I just added a fig Pinterest board, a matcha Pinterest board, an "alcoholic desserts" Pinterest board! Honestly, if you're strong enough to resist temptations, I urge you to check them out. I've pinned some pretty delicious stuff. Here are 10 recipes that I'd like to make now... (11 if you count the picture, which I do)
10 FALL RECIPES TO TRY
ohhhh brown butter pumpkin granola
Debatable, but I'm certainly in – rabbit in almond sauce
pumpkin streusel muffins
I want salmon no matter what the season... salmon with beet sauce
I bet this is better than the fake *$ kind... pumpkin spice latte
oh so delicious sticky buns
apple, sage & cheddar scones... thanks I'll take one
bourbon ice cream, anyone?
smoked almond gravy to put on everything
healthy crustless pumpkin pie
What do you guys think? Worth making these recipes, right? I just got a fresh batch of the homemade granola Jim (dining hall cook) makes in Emerson/Cushing. I'm the number one fan of that granola and he even let me watch him make it once so I could learn. So when I get back home, I am definitely making granola. Top of my list, it is! Pumpkin, or not. Let me know if you try any of them out and I'll post links to your blogs in the next round! Have a great day.