The days are getting shorter, the air feels cool and brisk, and the leaves are changing colors. (True confession time: I’m a member of the “I will go out of my way to step on a crunchy leaf” group on Facebook.)
The onset of Autumn is best welcomed with a warm, cozy home-cooked meal. The Indian meal of chole fits that exact description.
It’s one of the easiest Indian vegetables to make; all that is needed is garbanzo beans and a simple to make gravy. Here is a recipe.
The tandoori naan is courtesy of Trader Joe’s, and I love having a side raita (yogurt) and onions.
Also, I have to share my new favorite soda (also thanks to Trader’s Joe): Organic Blood Orange Soda. It’s similar to orange soda, yet tastes fresher and an added bonus: it has less preservatives.
Do you have a favorite recipe that you make in the fall?
Why do weeks before a long and fun weekend always seem to drag? Whatever the reason, this has been a good week: I’ve posted in my blog every day! It feels great to be writing again, especially about things that interest me as well as having my own little space to be creative in any way I wish.
Labor Day always signals the end of summer for me, despite being done with school. I’m headed out of town tomorrow and I’m excited for one last summer hurrah.
And now to borrow from one of my favorite bloggers, Cupcakes and Cashmere on this Friday, I will be sharing pictures about things that have made me happy this week.
Have a wonderful long weekend!
My first Essie nail polishes: on the left is Turquoise and Caicos and the right is Cute as a Button.
Sweet potato fries baking in the oven. Recipe to follow next week.
My Pikake Lei candle makes my room smell wonderful and transports me back to Hawaii.
My trinity bracelets that I picked up in New York earlier this year. They taught me that a little contrast is always good.
There is no better afternoon pick-me-up than a cup of ginger chai and banana nut bread.