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I love this time of year!  The weather is starting to turn cooler and 000_2739fall is beginning to inch it’s way toward us.  Last week Tony’s grandparents brought me over a box of tomatoes from their garden so I got 9 cans of sauce in the freezer for future spaghetti and pizza meals.  We also dug all the potatoes up from our garden after church on Sunday.  (Fresh hash browns as soon as we got home!  Oh, the key to homemade hash browns…you can’t let your grated potatoes sit too long before they hit the pan and you need to squeeze as much of the moisture out of them as well.)  It was our first year doing potatoes and it was a lot of fun.  Some of the potatoes were really big and others were smaller—it was like digging for gold treasure!  I’m anxious to see how long they keep.  I also have been craving soup lately, so I made cream of cauliflower soup and sourdough bread.  Yum!  You can see I have a constant comp000_2749anion in the kitchen with me.  She is a tripping hazard but I rather enjoy having her around.  She is also a wonderful vacuum!

I hope you are all enjoying the season!