Thursday, October 4, 2012

Apple Picking Time



                                                            Hello!
              It is apple picking time here and as luck would have it we have neighbors close by that have an organic apple orchard so a friend and I went picking apples.
                           So I wanted to try a new recipe for apples. I noticed today that Mennonite Girls Can Cook  had a recipe for French Apple Cake that sounded easy to make and not too sweet so I decided to give it a try.
                      The only change I made in the recipe was to add some cinnamon as I love cinnamon.
                                           It was quick and easy and very good.
                     It made a tasty treat with a pot of tea out on our sunny veranda this morning.

                                        Some pretty orange carnations for the table.




Thank you for joining me and if you would like the recipe pop over to Mennonite Girls Can Cook-you will be glad you did as they have lots of good recipes to try..

I am joining Bernideens Tea Time Blog for Open House today as well as French Country Cottage for Feathered nest Friday.

Take care,
 Carolyn

15 comments:

WhiteWhispers2u said...

So very beautiful! Looks like a lovely treat~Cheers Kim

Willow said...

That apple pie looks so good and I love cinnamon too. I just adore your teapot and mug set, just beautiful.

Stephanie said...

I can almost taste and smell the apples. Your pictures are so lovely and I feel like I am right there! Thanks for sharing :)

Warmly,
Stephanie

Loraine Living said...

Hmmm...apple cake, I made some last week... forgot to post;)A lovely apple orchard!
I love your Autumn posts an ofcourse your table setting for the time of the year!
Have a nice weekend, greetings Diana

Cotton Peony said...

OH yumm Carolyn.. great posts! Send about 12 my way as I want to make donuts this weekend!! YUMMY tart/cake there.. now I'm hungry, bad girl.. bad. (heehee) Love the autumn orange this year.. soft and hazy.

warm hugs,

Cotton Peony

lilisinha said...

Olá querida obrigado pelo carinho!!!
teu post está lindo, maravilhoso. Bjos ótimo final de semana!!!

Pamela Gordon said...

Everything looks delicious Carolyn. I love visiting the apple orchard. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Blessings, Pam

Judy ~ My Front Porch said...

Beautiful setting...awesome photos! Your dessert looks lovely. Thanks for sending your readers to the Mennonite Girls Can Cook blog! ~Judy

Bernideen said...

Carolyn:
Those girls really have a wonderful blog! I don't know if you have seen this movie, but I love the scene in the movie "Baby Boom" where Diane Kenton picks like 50 bushels of apples and says "that should be enough for a pie!"

Yours looks beautiful and I'm sure tasted even better!

Thanks for linking to Open House!

WhiteWhispers2u said...

Thanks for your visit! I need to go Apple Picking as well before the ugly rain sets in here.~Cheers Kim

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

I spent a moment catching up to all the golden beauty of autumn on your blog! Such a wonderful time of year, and so pretty around your place. I'm ready to do an apple dessert too! Yours looks luscious!

Elzie said...

I really long for an apple pie when I look at your pictures. And this one with cinnamon is something I will make this weekend.
Hope you'll have a nice one.
Love Elzie

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Two Cottages And Tea said...

Your apple pie looks so good! Perfect to go along with your lovely tea. It all looks so inviting and cozy! Have a great weekend!
Nancy

Peggy Hale said...

Your blog is so pretty! That apple pie looks yummy and pretty. Thanks so much for sharing the link to the recipes. Won't you share at my party Totally Transformed Tuesday? I know my readers would love to see. http://pjhdesignsoneofakind.blogspot.com Hope to see you there. :-) Peggy