Autumn Approaching

Gems.
Mums.
Milk House.
To the East.
Blueberry Leaf.
Support.
Setting Sun
Just a few snaps taken on Sunday.

On a side note: I have an overwhelming urge to bake. I’m thinking of an Irish apple cake. Or blueberry muffins. Maybe some cornbread.

What about you? Does approaching autumn make you want to bake? Do you have any great recipe suggestions?

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12 Responses to “Autumn Approaching”


  1. 1 Snoodles September 10, 2012 at 9:15 pm

    Great photos — I love these!
    My baking is so different from other people’s….I use nut flours and soy products, to keep it low carb. You have me thinking now about my cornbread recipe, tho! :)

  2. 3 espirational September 10, 2012 at 9:31 pm

    We’re having cool mornings here but highs still in the 80’s, but I’m ready for Fall. I made my caramel apple upside down cake last night and I’m already thinking about the first pot of chilli of the year.

  3. 5 allison September 10, 2012 at 10:13 pm

    I’m excited for autumn too. And yes, the cooler temperatures definitely make me want to bake. I pulled out my bread book tonight and noted a few ingredients I need to pick up at the grocery so that I can make challah soon. It’s so good fresh from the oven with a little coarse salt (or with a slice of fresh mozzarella).

  4. 7 Sara September 11, 2012 at 5:11 am

    Oh, these photos. My favorites were the one of the tree tops, and the last. Images after my own heart. I’d forgotten that sleepy look the trees take on this time of year, and I felt a little squeeze of nostalgia in my chest when I saw that one.

    Autumn *does* make me want to bake, but it just inspires me to cook in general. I get a very restless feeling with the onset of the colder months, that I constantly want to be doing something productive. Old, squirrelly instincts, hah.

    I’m interested in hearing what you think of that book when you finish! ;)

    Take care, lassie.

    xo

    • 8 Liesl September 17, 2012 at 12:22 pm

      Squirrelly instincts! Yes. I think they are to blame for my sudden surge of energy. Prepping for the winter. I actually enjoyed The Dirty Life. There were times when the author seemed a little snobby (like when she went to the county fair.) But overall, I liked it. But I’m partial to these kind of memoirs.

  5. 9 Lori September 11, 2012 at 7:08 pm

    Yes, as it gets colder I want to make soup and bake things. I’ve seen some pumpkin and apple breads on pinterest that look pretty tasty….

  6. 11 sarah james. September 13, 2012 at 2:41 am

    Like Lori, I make soups in the Autumn to freeze the tastes of summer. Cougette ( zuccini) and potato is one of my favourites. xx


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