Sharing warm and cozy seasonal kitchen creations. These are great ideas to help you celebrate fall! Tuesday Turn About Link Party #171
Hello and Happy Tuesday! I hope your week is off to a great start!
For my friends in Florida who were impacted by the hurricane, I am sending my thoughts and prayers of support and encouragement.
Here in Connecticut, it feels like mother nature has flipped a switch and fall is really here. The leaves are turning and there is a definite chill in the air. So this week, I am sharing kitchen creations that will make you feel warm and cozy.
Let’s get this party started!
Be sure to head over to My Wee Abode and Reinvented Delaware to check out SIX additional features from Tuesday Turn About! If you haven’t been featured at My Family Thyme this week, you may have been featured there!
Weekly Household Tip
Holiday baking time is just around the corner, so I thought I would share some baking tips with you each week. This tip will help you to keep your brown sugar soft. Just put a slice of bread in the container with the brown sugar. The sugar will absorb the moisture from the bread and stay soft.
Julie’s Weekly Blogging Tip
Just a reminder… share your new content on other social media venues.
Make it easy on yourself. You don’t have to share your new content on ALL your social media channels in one day. Spread it out, and add different captions/messages that relate to the blog post. This will help your readers know that your content is relative now, and later!
My Family Thyme
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Cranberry Mulling Spices
Kim from From Farmhouse to Florida shared her recipe for Cranberry Mulling Spices. This delightful blend of spices would be a great addition to cider, apple juice, cranberry juice or wine. Simmer and enjoy at home or bundle and give as gifts.
Creamy Chicken And Corn Chowder
Chilly fall days call for cozy comfort food. This Creamy Chicken and Corn Chowder shared by Jen from Midwest Life and Style Blog is versatile, easy to make, and the perfect meal for a brisk fall day. I’ll be making a pot of this chowder this week!
How to Transfer A Handwritten Recipe Onto A Cutting Board
Do you have precious handwritten family recipes that you would like preserve and share with family? Kristin from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia shared her method for How to Transfer a Handwritten Recipe Onto a Cutting Board. This beautiful DIY project brings such a feeling of comfort and would make such a meaningful gift.
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