What are your plans this weekend? Heading to any fall festivals or pumpkin patches? My weekend looks like a giant to-do list. We’re heading out of town next weekend and I have a million things to clean, conquer, and check-off by next Saturday. In the kitchen, I’ve been letting the last of my summer tomatoes ripen on my windowsill and I plan to use them to make my warm lentil and roasted tomato salad this weekend. I’m also playing with a  yummy dessert recipe that I’m sure we’ll be enjoying all weekend- don’t worry, it will be posted here very soon.  I hope you have a happy weekend, and here is your weekend reading roundup of food links from around the web…

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I always like to start with something sweet and these rice crispy treats with brown butter and maple look too good.

How Dunkin’ Donuts shaped my parent’s new life in America.

Check out these products for a more eco-friendly kitchen.

Butternut squash, apples, and cranberry sandwiched between 2 slices of bread? Fall yes.

Reviving a cast iron skillet.

Recreating Newark cider using lost apples.

“She gave herself up to the satisfaction of completing a recipe and to the pleasure of eating it.” – Dorie Greenspan on Julia Child.

Tacoma man builds community and meets a need by growing and giving away organic food for free.

Toasted pumpkin seeds: 3 ways.

5 ways to nurture your gut biome.

School lunch share tables help fight food waste as well as hunger in schools.

Sub powdered sugar for parmesan cheese and you have savory beignets (aka heaven).

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Photo: Pile of apples at BJ Reece Orchards in Ellijay, Georgia.

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