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Fall Harvest Recipes                

Fall harvest time is a time of freshness and abundance. We've been picking up five-gallon buckets of tomatoes nearly everyday. The apples are coming on strong and we have late-bearing raspberries that are just loaded on the vines. The squash and pumpkins are decorating the porch before they become some future meal. The potatoes are dug and ready for storage. Fall is one of my favorite food times of the year.




Mix all ingredients together and pour into an unbaked pie crust. Bake at 400 degrees for about 50 minutes. Serve with real whipped cream and ENJOY!!

This pie freezes very well. I usually make my Thanksgiving pies several weeks ahead and put them in the freezer. This gives me more time to enjoy my family—instead of spending all day in the kitchen.

Sarah’s Apple Crumb Top Pie

We are harvesting apples and that means PIE! This is our all time favorite recipe. ENJOY!

You will need.

Preheat oven to 450 degrees.

Pie filling:

Crumb Topping:

Sarah’s Apple Crumb Top PieCombine filling ingredients, pour into pie crust, combine crumb topping, pour over filling and pat down. Bake at 450degrees for 15 minutes. Use lowest rack in your oven. Reduce heat to 350 degrees and bake for about 50 minutes or until done. Cool and serve.

This stands alone as a first class dessert, but to make it special, serve with warmed with vanilla ice cream on the side.


I love to make these fresh cookies to celebrate the Harvest season.

Mix together:

Set aside and mix together

Mix all ingredients together and stir in:

Bake at 350degrees for 10-12 minutes. ENJOY!

Easy Tomato and Sprout Sandwich

Grilled tomato, sprout and Mozzarella cheese sandwiches, ready to serve.I love make sprouts!. It is fun to watch the baby sprouts begin to grow from hard seeds to fresh produce in just a few days. It is interesting to experiment with different types of organic sprouting seeds. The best part is to eat the sprouts at their peak of nutritional value.


Recipe for a great sprout sandwich:


Grill bread on both sides. Use a small amount of butter or olive oil. Place grated Mozzarella Cheese on top of the bread. Place tomatoes slices on top of the when the cheese melts. Place the combined sprouts on top of each piece. Serve with carrot sticks and a pickle.

This make a tasty, nutritious, quickly-prepared lunch or a dinner. The sprouts add the necessary flavor and crunch to make it interesting.


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