The past few weeks have really just been a whirlwind of activity. October is the month when all the Apple Houses open up. There is apple picking, festivals, and all kinds of happenings that center around apples. I, myself, have been to 3 apple houses in these two weeks to get my fill of apples. And with all these apples I have been canning them, drying them, and trying new recipes. Apples are one of my favorites.
And let’s not forget Halloween. October always goes out with a bang (well, in my world). I love Halloween – decorating, the kids in the costumes. It is always fun. This Halloween was the best time this year. I was able to go Trick-or-Treating with 2 of my grand kids. I just want to send kudos out to their neighborhood. These people know how to celebrate Halloween – there were houses with great decorations; families sitting out in the yard or drive with their fire pits going and handing out candy; fun pumpkin carvings, music and driveway parties complete with cotton candy machine. Really a fun night.
October is 3 weeks past and Thanksgiving is upon us. I have been trying recipes – all things apple. Since recipes are meant to be shared I want to pass along this salad recipe.
I saved this recipe from an old Victoria magazine and because I can not have cow’s dairy products I have adapted this recipe using goat’s milk and goat cheese. It’s very easy and the stacked apples make a nice presentation.
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