WEEKEND POST 49
November? Autumn? Are you there?
The heat and flourishing garden are confusing, yet welcome, and I dream of reprising this smörgåsbord. Garden-grown cucumber, tomato and herbs, a fresh jar of my red kraut, briny capers, thin slices of red onion, wedges of lemon, cream cheese, homemade bagels and the star, Ewig Brothers smoked herring toted back from a visit home to Wisconsin. Summertime on a platter!
Hope your weather, if not as warm, is nice for the weekend. Hop down to the links below, and enjoy your Saturday and Sunday.
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Some interesting, fun, delicious reads:
- November is Prematurity Awareness Month. One out of every 10 babies born in the United States each year are premature. Worldwide it’s about 15 million annually, and approximately one million of those babies won’t survive. Help raise awareness and show support in a variety of ways: volunteer your time, participate in a walk, donate, or simply spread the message by word of mouth or through social media.
- Stocking up on cranberries, and dreaming of all the things to drench with cranberry shallot walnut oil vinaigrette.
- Fresh, home-grown produce can be yours in the cool seasons. Tips to get started from Grist + some from me!
- Learn to Homebrew Day is the first Saturday of November — today! So, go brew.
- I’ve always wondered and now I know… but will continue to say “meese” because it’s more fun.
- This week’s pinned words of wisdom.
Recently on HGN:
- Salmon and veg in parchment packets — cooking en Papillote
- A feature on US News with dietitian-approved tips for dealing with leftover Hallowe’en candy
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