Tag: apple and pumpkin

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Perfect Pumpkin Bread
If you want the very perfect baked version of Autumn, then this moist, colourful (I want to wear that colour!) pumpkin bread is for you. And as much as I love Autumn and all things apple, (apple pie, apple cake, apple turnovers, apple crisp, you get the idea), there is something about pumpkin that is ...
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The Little Things: Apple picking and traditional Dutch apple pie
It's been over a year since our last The Little Things post! Maud had a little baby boy called Max in the meantime, and you know, life has been overall so very busy. But we both love these little projects of ours, so I'm super happy to finally share a new The Little Things story ...
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Delicious apple muffins
On sunny weekend mornings, when the weather is nice and the waves are forecasted to be good, we hurry up with our breakfast, load the surfboards and beach bags into the car, and head to the beach! It's become one of my favourite things about living here -- that we can spend so much time ...
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Apple picking and cake baking
We arrived to my family's beach house on Bainbridge Island last week on a rainy, stormy Friday. From inside, we could see the apple trees behind the house were laden with fruit. So while the rain came down, we sat inside and schemed up things we could bake with all those apples. We decided on apple cake, so I ...
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Apple Streusel Kuchen
A lot of things surprised my parents when they first moved to Germany as a young couple (no music playing between 12-3pm everyday, no greeting random strangers on the streets), but there was one custom they adopted immediately: the Sunday afternoon cake. The Sunday afternoon cake was, and hopefully still is, one of the best ...
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Instant Apple Crumble
At the moment, mostly governed by the cold, dark nights, we feel like we deserve something nice and warm, and apple crumble is a firm favourite. I have developed a little technique about making a super easy apple crumble. We make a huge batch of crumble and then freeze most of it. Then it is ...
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FOOD
A Bag Full of Goodness, and hearty soups
It's the last day of school for the children here in Amsterdam before the holidays! I just took them there, it was still dark, and so stormy and cold and wet. In two days it will be the shortest day of the year here in the Northern hemispheres, and then, we'll be counting down again ...
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Apple Eve Pudding
Now I know the French are known for their fancy pastries and cakes, but the English are hard to beat at simple, wholesome, easy-to-make desserts. One of my favourites is Apple Eve Pudding, a variation on Apple Crumble. Instead of crumble you add a sponge batter on top of the apples. I love the way ...
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The Little Things... a Pumpkin Soup recipe
We had a huge autumn storm that raged over northern Europe earlier this week. Trees were falling over everywhere -- it was dangerous to be outside... but so nice and cosy to be inside! With autumn, and being cosy and warm in our minds, Ava and her little friends Juul and Kate helped me make ...
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Lena Corwin's Pumpkin Cranberry Bread
My sister is visiting us from Seattle -- she arrived the day before Marlow was born, and she's staying with us through Christmas. I can't even begin to describe how happy this makes me! She is so much help with the kids and with the baby. I really don't know how I will survive when ...
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A simple, warming Pumpkin soup
After five years of living in France, I am still surprised how one can guess the season by the fruit and vegetables being sold at the market and the green grocers. Strawberries and asparagus announce the beginning of summer, cherries and green beans follow closely after. Plums mean that summer is nearing an end and ...
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Apple Cars, a fun little snack
My kids don't need any prodding when it comes to eating fruit. They LOVE it! But when I made up these little apple cars after school yesterday, they went absolutely crazy for them. After gobbling them up, they insisted they make their own... so it ended up being a fun activity which took up a ...
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Italian Savoury Pumpkin Pie
I need to start this post off with a caveat: I am not sure how authentic this recipe is! Part of my family comes from Liguria, Northern Italy. Everytime we visit, the girls and I lust after the savoury pumpkin pie that is made in a nearby village called Calizzano. The pies are so good that we ...
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Pumkin Pie recipe
Pumpkin pie is not a traditional dish here in the Netherlands -- neither is carrot cake or zucchini bread or the like. I think baking with vegetables was simply not in our system before! Thankfully with all of this internationalism going on you will now find more than just apple pie in Amsterdam (although, I ...
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My 5 year apple chutney
Have I told you that I love Autumn?  It is 100% my favourite season, the colours, the crisp air, fires, how hearty food tastes amazing, and... apples! Do not fear, this chutney does not take 5 years to make.  However it is my 5th year of making it so I think I can officially call ...
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Caramel Apples
I had to bring a treat into my son's school last week for a bake sale and so I decided, with apples being in season, to make caramel apples.  As you can imagine, they were a HUGE hit with the five-year-olds... and actually really easy to make. The only downside is that my kids are ...
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Risotto alla Milanese
Milan is in the middle of the Po valley, a not very exciting plain in the north of Italy. The climate is not the most desirable, very hot (and humid) summers with pretty grey (and humid) winters, but the flat land and the abundance of water make for an ideal place to grow rice. Risotto is ...
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Tarte Tatin
I first tasted a Tarte Tatin whilst staying with a French family on a school exchange, so you could say that I have officially been addicted to Tarte Tatin since the age of twelve. It is honestly one of my favourite French desserts.... I was also lucky enough that this nice French family taught me ...
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Soobie's squash bisque
When I was in the 2nd grade our teacher asked each of us to bring in our favorite family recipe for a class cookbook. You would think that a 7-year-old would choose something like apple pie or chocolate-chip cookies. My favorite meal? My grandma Soobie's delicious squash soup! Perfect for this time of year, and ...
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Pumpkin pasta
I always keep a butternut squash in my kitchen. They last for ages without going bad, and always seem to come in handy when your cupboards are bare and there's nothing else to cook. A couple years ago, on a Sunday evening in the middle of winter, my husband decided to be creative with the ...
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