Sweet, Sweet Fall
And tomorrow may be 78 degrees.
But I am assured fall is technically here.
Last Sunday we sent apple picking.
And this past weekend I spent two hours chopping up apple into little bits to make--
A measley three jars of applesauce and a delicious apple pie.
Oh that pie! Oh mama! It's a very interesting recipe. Miss T of Knitcircus fame passed it along to me. It's a "Swedish" apple pie. Not quite an American apple pie with a true dough-top crust, nor a Dutch/French crumb-top pie. Kind of a cross between both--and VERY delicious.
Finally, and I don't know where the hell I get the energy to do this stuff (I'm freaking exhausted right now)--it's time for Cookie of the Week.
Of course now that I go back to link to the recipe, I can see I did it wrong, maybe I was asleep. Ah well, the taste is still amazing!
These are Samoa Bark.
As you can see, I should have folded the coconut into the caramel. Ah well.
I made two batches--one for home and one for work, and they didn't last too long!