I love apple cider. It is one of my favorite things about fall and winter. Drinking the warming, cozy treat is cemented in my memory- associated with home, family and love. This recipe takes those flavors in a whole new direction!
This was fantastic! One of the best ciders I have ever tried. I might be adding tea to all my ciders from here on out. It was just so good. Warmed the bones 🙂
These were delicious!! I am going to have to make them again. I made them with my sister a week ago. She was visiting and we had a great time. I love sharing food with the people I love.
They turned out to be a little bit difficult to photograph. Which is just too funny, because they tasted so good and I want all of you to go try them. Oh well, I will have to make them again soon and try, try again.
Last dish for the dinner party; the dessert. We cannot forget the dessert!! My favorite part! And this was just delicious; and so sugary. 🙂
I made my first pie!!! I was so excited!! My friend Leslie and I went to the farmer’s market and bought the fruit. It was wonderful!
This was a delicious salad. My friend Amy made it. It was a great addition to the meal!
Isn’t she just the cutest? And the baklava is just delicious.
This was the beautiful and delicious dessert my friend Kelzee made for the dinner party. And she brought a lilac to add more color. Lilacs are my favorite!!
My dad loves raspberry so we added a lot of raspberry to the frosting. Buttercream is really buttery, duh right? But I had never really thought about it, and I am not sure if it is my favorite type of frosting.
This is an ongoing series of food related to The Hunger Games, here are the links to the other recipes- Peeta’s raisin nut bread, the bakery bread Katniss and Gale ate in the woods, the Capitol pancakes, lunch with Cinna (chicken in orange sauce), District 11 bread, Goose Liver and Puffy Bread, Lamb Stew and Dried Plums, cake on fire, hot chocolate,
“We make a goat cheese and apple tart at the bakery,” he (Peeta) says.
“Bet that’s expensive,” I say.
“Too expensive for my family to eat. Unless it’s gone very stale. Of course, practically everything we eat is stale,” says Peeta, pulling the sleeping bag up around him. In less than a minute, he’s snoring.
Huh. I always assumed the shopkeepers lived a soft life. And it’s true, Peeta has always had enough to eat. But there’s something kind of depressing about living your life on stale bread, the hard, dry loaves that no one else wanted. One thing about us, since I bring our food home on a daily basis, most of it is so fresh you have to make sure it isn’t going to make a run for it.
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, Katniss, p 309