dog hill kitchen
Maggie really went through a lot of effort for this month's post with her autumnberry ketchup. One year, a friend and I made autumn olive (the more familiar name of autumnberry) jam and it takes a LOT of berries to yield the puree, since an autumn olive is mostly all pit. Sounds great!
prospect: the pantry
Apple Mace Muffins sound great for a for a fall Sunday breakfast....wish I had more time this morning, I'd make them today.
tracy's living cookbook
Mace scalloped potatoes au gratin look like a great side dish for tonight's pork roast.
This month, I made Madeira pound cake. It would be a great addition to your Thanksgiving groaning board.
Speaking of Thanksgiving, it's well into November and I haven't posted this month's challenge spice. Here it is...TA DAA....
Cinnamon! I'd love to hear of your exploits with this most famous holiday spice. And I hope to hear from some of our long lost bloggers this month. Surely you've got cinnamon in your spice rack....please post by November 30 and include the words "Spice Rack Challenge" so I can find your post in my reader. Happy cooking!