The leaves are beautiful colours and the sky is blue, but there is a definite chill in the air. Fall is such a pretty time of the year, but I spend most of it acclimatizing to the frosty mornings and brisk winds. "Put on another sweater," is my mantra, but on these chilly days, I like to have something that warms me from the inside out. That's right, I'm talking about soup!
A CREAMY, WARMING, DELICIOUS TASTE OF FALL
Heavy cream is a rich and decadent way to add creaminess and flavour to sauces and soups, but what if you are unable to have dairy products? Fear not: cashew cream is an excellent substitute and it is very easy to make. Use it as a one-for-one substitution in recipes that call for heavy cream.
Hey yummy mummies, want to cook? This caramel corn is the single most addictive substance since Walter White's crystal meth. Or so I've been told; I've never actually sampled Walter White's crystal meth. I'm just going to assume that it is, because any time I make it I immediately break it into pieces and divide it into containers to give away; if I don't do this, I WILL eat it all. There are no half-measures for me.