Soup and bread and lots of love
Sam and I are home. We are tired. I suspect we will be for a few more days, having gotten up at 3:30 yesterday morning to fly back.
He was a super little guy on our trip, very calm. Actually sleeping most of the time we were in the air! Charming random strangers. Longing to experience the floor of the Philadelphia airport.
While we were gone we got our second fall CSA share and our fifth local food share. Post on that coming this weekend– I’m working on getting caught up around the house, and I have an appointment to take outgrown winter clothes to our local consignment shop which I am completely not organized for. But we are on our way to getting back on track. A half bushel of apples seemed to follow Ben home from the farmer’s market this week, too, so applesauce needs to be on my agenda. Rachel continues to inhale it whenever I make it, so I think doing another batch or two is a good idea.
I think I’ll need to find a different applesauce recipe, though. I am feeling the need to shake it up.
Zero food waste week is back on to start Sunday. And I have fifty million autumn veggies to do something with, so this is a good time to go with that.
And I want to make this homemade sriracha. Yum.