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!!

7 comments:

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