1. The first batch is almost gone … Time to make another! The recipe is easy and delicious. We liked it on it’s own as well as with cold or warm apple cider.
food52:


Here’s a new fall flavor combination for you: Pumpkin and Chinese 5-Spice. In this week’s Small Batch, Brandon Matzek shows us how to make a Spiced Butternut Squash Liqueur. Is it five o’clock yet?
Read More: A Warmly Spiced Autumn Liqueur, Made at Home on Food52

    The first batch is almost gone … Time to make another! The recipe is easy and delicious. We liked it on it’s own as well as with cold or warm apple cider.

    food52:

    Here’s a new fall flavor combination for you: Pumpkin and Chinese 5-Spice. In this week’s Small Batch, Brandon Matzek shows us how to make a Spiced Butternut Squash Liqueur. Is it five o’clock yet?

    Read More: A Warmly Spiced Autumn Liqueur, Made at Home on Food52

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  4. a Better Happier St. Sebastian

    a Better Happier St. Sebastian

  5. keramurphy:

(via Natural Honey Citrus Syrups for Coughs & Sore Throats)
I just made these, but in the variants of
lemon ginger
grapefruit cinnamon
blood orange clove
I’d be lying if I said I weren’t ridiculously excited over them.

    keramurphy:

    (via Natural Honey Citrus Syrups for Coughs & Sore Throats)

    I just made these, but in the variants of

    • lemon ginger
    • grapefruit cinnamon
    • blood orange clove

    I’d be lying if I said I weren’t ridiculously excited over them.

  6. thevegetablemarket:

(via artichokes | Vegetable Images)

    thevegetablemarket:

    (via artichokes | Vegetable Images)

  7. farmweather:

universal truth: everyone likes a little butt rub. especially fern & orion.

    farmweather:

    universal truth: everyone likes a little butt rub. especially fern & orion.

  8. topo-designs:

Gets better with age - Snow Peak cookset.

    topo-designs:

    Gets better with age - Snow Peak cookset.

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  10. Food, a French man told me once, is the first wealth. Grow it right, and you feel insanely rich, no matter what you own.

    — Kristin Kimball