Fall is for Pastels, Spicy Greens, and Pie


Leaves aren’t the only things that change color in the fall. Flowers, like hydrangeas, change too. Their vibrant blues age into subdued, leathery hues.


Maples are past their peak, but they are still beautiful, and in a way even more so.


It’s the season of spicy greens. Arugula and ruby streaks have a bite. When you sink your teeth into them, you know you’re still alive.


Fall is made for making pies. This is homegrown pumpkin and squash pie, made with cream and tofu. Puree roasted pumpkin and squash with tofu, milk, and cream, and you get a satiny filling. The good thing about making your own pie is that you get to decide everything that goes into it.


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