I took some photos on my trip to Eastern Ontario over Thanksgiving weekend worth sharing, so I’ll start and finish the post with two autumn scenes.
I brought three pumpkins back from Ontario, and two evenings ago, I baked one of them. As the fastest way to process a pumpkin is by baking it, I just cut it in half, scooped out the seeds and pulp, and put it in the oven with a little water. But the baking takes an hour and a half, and The Most Important Rule For Cooking that I learned as a child – which it floors me that more people don’t know – is… well, the first rule is, don’t use the oven in summertime, but…When You Use The Oven, Cook More Than One Thing. In fact, cook three: Continue reading