Happy Halloween!




A few images from what I've been doing for the past month. Sadly, today was the last day the Farm was open until next year, and I will miss it and the people I've been working with.


Cortland apples, ready to be candied and carameled. Sorry, no pictures of caramel - they would disappear off the trays almost as fast as we could make them.


I love how the red candy apple drips and the blue candy apple drips co-mingled together. Such pretty colors.


Gourmet chocolate apples. These ones still needed a drizzle of white and dark chocolate before they were done.

Best seller this year, a combination I made up, Skor toffee bits with cinnamon chips, on milk chocolate, drizzled with white and dark.


Ever seen a blue candy apple before. Pretty.


Kettle corn, fresh from the kettle. Highly addictive stuff.


Chocolate dipped marshmallows. Very popular and alot of fun to make.


Pretty gourds. So many beautiful pumpkins and gourds at the farm. Now all covered in snow.


Ghosty sugar cookies, with royal icing. Probably could have done these for the September Daring Baker's Challenge, but waited until October instead.


More pretty pumpkins. Would they look so happy if they knew they were about to be devoured?


Pulled pork. Smoked with applewood chips on the bbq, long and low, pulled by hand and then tossed in a smokey bbq sauce before being served on a soft kaiser roll. Too bad you can't get them again until next October!

I made many more things over the last month: cinnamon buns, pumpkin cinnamon buns, maple pumpkin pies and tarts, pumpkin chocolate chip scones, pumpkin streusel muffins (notice a theme here?), but did not take as many pictures as I normally do. So fun to "work" at what I love doing, being in a kitchen and covered in flour.

PS Have you seen the newest Pamela Von Twilight video, Saunders Farm Monsters? Based on some of these pictures, can figure out where I am in it?



6 comments:

Baking Soda said...

Sounds like you had a lot of fun! Wait.. did you mention snow? Already? Wow!

Megan said...

Super-fantastic photos - you've been busy, obviously, but having fun too. And that's what it's all about, right?

alissa said...

Wow, wow and wow! Great blog!

Denise Michaels - Adventurous Foodie said...

The blue topping on the candy apples is the most amazingly perfect Tiffany aqua blue color. Just put a white satin bow on 'em and they'd be perfect for some kind of event with a Tiffany theme. I dunno - my brain just seems to work that way. *smile*

amarone wine said...

When it comes to cooking, I’m having second thoughts, it’s just that I am not so good at it; I really don’t have the magic to make such tasty food.

Emma said...

Your food photos are amazing! I’ve been lurking on your blog for awhile and finally thought I’d say something…. your photography is excellent.