Another fall morning in Golden Gate Park.
Chai latte with pumpkin puree, strong coffee, and oatmeal in every bite. This Dirty Pumpkin Chai Oatmeal Latte makes the perfect fall breakfast.
As fall slowly becomes winter and the air becomes more crisp and chilly, I find that I’m leaning more towards warm and cozy dishes. Especially in the morning when it’s still dark and foggy. I want to start my day with something warm and comforting, like this dirty pumpkin chai oatmeal latte.
Soft cinnamon rolls with a hint of pumpkin drizzled with maple cream cheese frosting. These pumpkin cinnamon rolls with maple cream cheese frosting are delicious and perfect for fall.
Can we talk about cinnamon rolls?
Last weekend, we decided to go paddling at Stow Lake since it was so warm out.
Cherry tomatoes cooked with garlic and mushroom until thick then tossed with pappardelle. This Garlic Mushroom Tomato Confit Pappardelle is delicious, flavorful, and so perfect for dinner any night.
It’s pasta time!
But when isn’t it the perfect time for pasta?
Frozen watermelon cubes blended until smooth then mixed with lime juice, simple syrup, fresh cucumbers, and a splash of club soda. This watermelon cucumber cooler is perfect for the last of the warm days.
I know that we’re already well into fall, but the month of October is actually San Francisco’s short live summer.
Last weekend, we went to the pumpkin patch!
Sweet banana pudding topped with whipped cream and shaved chocolate over a graham cracker crust. This small batch banana cream pie is delicious and perfect for pie cravings.
The Lao Table Set
Earlier this week, my boyfriend Gordon and I celebrated our anniversary with this Lao Table Set from Farmhouse Kitchen. What I love is that there’s a variety of appetizers and entrees in this platter. It’s perfect for when you want to try a little of everything. And there’s enough for four people. Isn’t it so pretty?
Soft pull apart bread filled with garlic and cheese in every bite. This garlic parmesan pull apart bread is simple to make and perfect for beginners in baking with yeast.
Now that it’s October, it actually feels like it’s officially fall.