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What’s Been Happening?
My family and I were so grateful to be able to enjoy our Canadian Thanksgiving celebrations together last week. It was so lovely to have our son and his partner with us. I know so many people were unable to celebrate with their families this year and I definitely don’t take this blessing for granted!
If you are planning an upcoming Thanksgiving or Christmas meal, you may want to add this recipe to your repertoire:-
You will love this wonderfully Easy Thanksgiving Stuffing Recipe, chock full of crisp celery, plump dried apricots and crunchy pecans.
I also shared some warming comfort food:-
My Cottage Pie with a Roasted Root Vegetable Topping is a nourishing and delicious twist on a traditional British favourite.
Thank you all for visiting and sharing your wonderful content!
There’s lots of seasonal inspiration in this week’s featured posts (from top left, clockwise):-
I love this cute Crocket Pumpkin Placemat from T’onna at Sew Crafty Crochet. It would make a great addition to your fall decorations!
Looking for fall comfort food? Cindy at Mom, The Lunch Lady shared a Tex-Mex Sweet Potato Casserole that really fits the bill!
These Oatmeal and Honey Sugar Solid Sugar Scrubs from Jasmine at Eccentricities by JVC would be a treat for your skin and could make a lovely gift as well.
Seasoned butters are a wonderful way to add flavour to so many foods, and these Autumn Compound Butters from Jennifer at Satsuma Designs look absolutely delicious. I particularly want to try the Maple Cinnamon version!
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