Thursday, October 10, 2013

Autumn Aromas

Leaves burning (if you can still do that)..... cinnamon, wood smoke....  I will even mention "pumpkin" that has infiltrated all of our foodstuff.  But the best aroma?......
A is for Apple............

Pie


12 comments:

Karen said...

Yum... And the pie smells good too! ;)

Irenbjor said...

Wow did you make that quilt ?? It is so gorgeous. Pie looks good too. Im trying to figure out a recipe for apple sauce pie..I have a little tip for you if you like burning wood and leaves.Target has a very inexpensive candle in a jar called "Bonefire nights" it is dark brown and the company who makes it , is called "Natures Wick" it says Natural candle with a wooden wick. It smells just like a pile of burning autumn leaves and the wooden wick helps..I know a body and bath company that has the same candle for 20$ Targets version was about 6 $..Enjoy !!

linda said...

Amen.

PamKittyMorning said...

I was a little afraid that would be a pumpkin pie and I would know you were in a vintage Americana pod somewhere.

P.s Why is my word verification work Porko?

pdudgeon said...

yep, definitely getting some fresh snacking apples this weekend, and some hot chocolate mix too. I've already broken out the apple cider mix and had my first hot mug of the season.
i'm rushing it a bit according to the local temps, but darn it anyhow it's supposed to be getting cold about now (even if i have to turn the AC on to get some seasonal temps around here!)

Mimi said...

....and where is your pie bird?

Janet said...

I miss that burning leaves smell. Love the alphabet quilt!!

Vicky said...

"A" is for awesome! I seriously want a piece of that pie, my favorite kind!

Lee said...

I agree - Apple over that P word anyday!

augustus' mom said...

You are so right. My mom and dad would go to the mountains, about 100-125 miles, from our home and purchase eating and cooking apples and then my mom would make the most delicious apple pies and applesauce--I loved those things. Miss those times. I guess I could try and recreate some of the pies and other food--wouldn't seem the same though. Thanks for your fun and informative blog posts!

Cathy said...

Love the quilt. I think I can smell the pie...Hugs

Susan W said...

Apple Pie! Wonderful! My youngest has been picking apples all over the neighbor; wherever he can find an apple tree that's being ignored, he'll ask to pick them. he's making his first batches of apple cider.Back in 2010 our apple trees were loaded with apples and I canned cases & cases of apple sauce. Our trees were frosted out this year but there are a few on the branches. North East, PA is apple country by Lake Erie and the trees there are overloaded. Lots of great apples this year!

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