SteelRichards Curried Pumpkin Soup, modified by time and country. It’s a flexible recipe, ready for use by those living in familiar and unfamiliar places.
by Did you know that Halloween has its roots in the ancient Celtic festival Samhain? Modern pagans still celebrate this three day festival, which marks the transition between summer and winter. Here is one family celebrates this special time. This post contains affiliate links. If you click through and make a purchase, Multicultural Kid Blogs receives a […]
Fall Recipes with Apples, Pumpkins and Figs
by After the warm and busy long Summer holiday, Autumn (or Fall) in France is calmer and cooler. With the children at school and the last of the summer tourists gone, the trees turn to their deep shades of brown and red. Our sideboard at home becomes a nature table for all the treasures found […]
Easy Crockpot Stew
by I think that Autumn might be my favorite season. I love watching the leaves on the trees change colors, wrapping up in warm sweaters, drinking seasonal lattes, and eating warm, comforting foods. Sadly I haven’t ever really lived anywhere that I can actually see Autumn in its full glory, so maybe I like the […]