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    Baked Thursday...#503

    I took the dog for a walk and saw they leaves turning colors and it reminded me that the U.S. took control of Alaske on this date in 1867...

    Not really. It's just we never have had a dessert that we have set on fire before!

    I think a hot drink and a shot of Bailey's on the side would be good on this blustery day....

    DONE?

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    Not blustery here, but I'll join you in the drink! Cheers!
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    It's not windy here, but it is raining. I'm drinking diet 7UP, and I'd be happy to sit with my friends!
    Yikes! I've been Boo'd ... right off of the stage!
    Aaahh, I have been defrosted! Thank you, Bonny and Asiel!
    Brrrr, I've been Frosted! Thank you, Asiel and Pomtzu!


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    It was a beautiful day here today, but fall is definitely in the air! I remember my mom making Baked Alaska once - quite the treat!
    Apple cider anyone? Your choice, chilled or warm and spiced!
    I've Been Frosted

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    I don't think I'l ever get over the seasons being so 'obvious' here in KY., I love apple cider, but it really does seem like a fall drink now.

    I have been craving an ice cream sandwich for the last week of two - So a BA should satisfy my need for a good fire and something cold!

    Nice to see you all here........

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    Yes, most of the country has much more blatant "seasons" than your native southern California does! Are there farmers' markets where you are Richard? What's "in season" down there?
    I've Been Frosted

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    Snow is on the way...late this afternoon the wind started howling as it introduced the weather change!

    I decided it was time to make baking powder biscuits and heat up some of my home-made chicken soup!

    I brought extra biscuits - warm them up a bit then slice and butter them. MMmmm.........
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    I was looking for some "busy" things to do a couple of days ago, so being it's the season I love to bake, made a few loaves of pumpkin bread. Help yourselves everyone - and there's cream cheese to spread on a slice too, if that's to your liking. Has anyone tried the new pumpkin cream cheese? I have a coupon for it, so I might try it. I'll take a cup of chilled cider too please, if there's any left.
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    Pumpkin bread, cool, I'll take some! And yes, I refilled the cider jug!
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    I bake like a mad one and this is the first year I have made pumpkin bread. I had to go for a walk so I wouldn't eat both loaves It is really good! I also just tried mulled apple herb tea, SO good, tastes like hot apple cider only not acidic. I am not even a tea drinker, but this my friends is very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karen View Post
    Yes, most of the country has much more blatant "seasons" than your native southern California does! Are there farmers' markets where you are Richard? What's "in season" down there?
    Most of the farmer's markets have shut down for the season, there are pumpkins galore and apples, but the warm weather went by so fast that I blinked and missed it.


    C1,

    i'll trade you a biscuit for a hot drink and some honey! Or better yet, HONEY BUTTER, without the boo boo?

    DONE!

    Pom........

    Pumpkin bread sounds really good......One chilled cider and cream cheese?

    Done!

    Hi Mon,

    Welcome to the longest running cyber bar on the PT website.

    II'd love to try an apple tea.

    Trade you for a slice of pumpkin bread, I'll take the chance of gaining a few pounds.....

    Done!

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    I made some sesame noodle if anyone wants a plate?



    I also stoked up a fire off the deck, but it's too cool so let's fire up fire up the hearth.....


    DONE!

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    What a perfect fall day and a lovely weekend at the Salisbury wine festival!

    Everything sounds so good! Fresh, hot biscuits with honey and butter, pumpkin bread with cream cheese, hot mulled cider...one of everything, please!
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    Could I get a hot chocolate with a snow shovel on the side?

    We have a snowfall warning. 10-20 cm of snow by tomorrow.

    It's -5oC outside, doesn't feel like much more than that in my office today!

    Helloooooo winter.
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    Good gracious, Gayle! I'll get you some hot chocolate, and send the Orc out to shovel for you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinot's Mom View Post
    What a perfect fall day and a lovely weekend at the Salisbury wine festival!

    Everything sounds so good! Fresh, hot biscuits with honey and butter, pumpkin bread with cream cheese, hot mulled cider...one of everything, please!
    One of everything....done!

    QoP,

    I am not going to tell you what the temp outdoors was today....

    One Hot choco and an Snow Removal Orc.

    Done.

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