What exciting plans do you have this weekend? It looks like fall is finally here in Georgia and I am itching to make a big pot of soup and break out all the sweaters, scarves, and boots. This weekend is pretty planless, which is fine by me. Other than heading to my father-in-laws tomorrow for a visit, we have nothing going on. In the kitchen, I’m playing with some recipes using the apples I picked last weekend (coming to you real soon) and now that it’s cooler out, I’ll be making this oatmeal for breakfast on repeat. I hope you have a good weekend, and here is your weekend reading roundup of food links from around the web…
A fall twist on my favorite Middle Eastern breakfast.
American cheese is melting away as consumers (ahem. Millenials.) are seeking real cheese with fewer preservatives.
Photo stories of farmer’s fighting climate change in 5 continents.
Curry is my favorite comfort food. Adding this recipe for red curry lentils to the menu.
“This book is the first step in unraveling colonialism so that we can see the original North American foods and realize their potential.”
A US food coop map.
Utilizing your veggie scraps to make kimchi: genius!
Well if this isn’t fall in a mug, then I don’t know what is.
“School food should be considered just as important as English, math, and science. The kids can’t learn if they’re not well-fed…”
Anthony Bourdain’s assistant reflects on her accidental dream career.
An intriguing peanut butter paprika cookie recipe.
Photo: Sunflower growing alongside an apple orchard at BJ Reece Orchards in North Georgia.