Tag: November in Vermont
Bittersweet Orange & Luminous Grey, November Slips in Soft & Dreamy . . .
Rain & Fog Softly Slip the Forest into November A stormy All Hallow’s Eve gave way to a soft, dove-grey dawn; bare treetops shrouded in luminous mist and wet roads strewn with bittersweet leaves. Lost in the sheer delight of driving foggy backroads home to my Vermont studio, I had to stop here and there […]Read More
The Never-Ending Vegetable Harvest & Penne with Roasted Potatoes, Arugula and Rosemary…
Penne with Roasted Potatoes, Arugula and Rosemary from Alice Waters’ Classic Cookbook, Chez Panisse Vegetables Ah, New England and the sudden changing of seasons. It really feels like late fall now… There’s even snow and sleet in tomorrow’s weather forecast. S-n-o-w. I feel chilly just typing those letters. The word always has a certain weight […]Read More
Young American beech (Fagus grandifolia) Â and eastern cottonwood (Populus deltoides) trees in the November morning mist November. Beech and cottonwood trees —colored butterscotch and rum— warm the misty hills and blue-grey clouds. The season has changed -almost overnight. At night the wood stove flickers and glows and the smell of pumpkin pie and mulled cider […]Read More