Tuesday's Three

3 Things I'm Lovin':

  1. The cool, crisp air.  Sweaters, scarves, hot cocoa and soups are coming soon!
  2. J is making me more soap molds tomorrow.  Hooray!!!
  3. This is my first year growing brussels sprouts and they look fantastic.  Can't wait to roast them in the oven.
3 More Apple Recipes Coming Up This Month:
  1. Caramel Apple Dip
  2. Apple Pie Fudge
  3. Apple Slab Pie {perfect item to take to gatherings!!}
3 Things I've Found On The Web:
  1. This site for crochet inspiration.  {Crochet is on my list of things to learn.....}
  2. We are not the only Cobble Hill Farm in New York.  Here is another Cobble Hill Farm that was for sale last year.  It's just under 7 million dollars, if you're in the market for a pricey home.  {sarcasm}  Do you know how many bars of soap I would have to sell to afford that?????
  3. I haven't tried this yet, but I will - how to cut burlap so it won't unravel.  Seems so easy!!

Happy Tuesday!!


Meg said...

Haha, so I'm not the only one who equates price tags to how many bars of soap that is... It's certainly pretty!

Can I have some cool, crisp air too please? ;)

daisy said...

That house is amazing! Too much to clean though! Practicality always wins out with me. ;0)

Enjoy your week!

daisy said...

Uh, ok, now I need to learn to crochet. Staci, you're also adding to MY list of things to learn. ;0D

Mary said...

Normally, you'd be wearing sweaters long before we are, but the past couple of days have had me shivering in my shorts and flip-flops. Heavenly fall weather, I'll take it. Doesn't fall have the best recipes? Cream cheese potato soup is a big fave here!

Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

Meg - I will try to send some your way. :)

Daisy - you are so right! I adore large homes....for other people. :)

Mary - yes, fall definitely has the best recipes!! Cream cheese potato soup???? Yummm......

Our Neck of the Woods said...

I love this photo! So fall like and pretty. It's awesome that you're growing brussels sprouts! I loooove them roasted in the oven. So good!

Flat Creek Farm said...

Send me some of your energy and motivation...! I always love hearing about what's going on in your neck of the woods. Will check out the links too. Wait! You can make soap molds? I will have to check out all your soap-related links soon. I have my first supplies sitting on the table awaiting my attention.. melt and pour to begin with. Then maybe some more complicated things :) -have a great weekend!! Tammy