Monthly Archives: Oct 2014

Caramel Corn Recipe
Appetizers & Snacks, Fall, Recipes
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Caramel Corn Recipe

Caramel Corn Recipe is the perfect snack to serve on any occasion, especially in the fall.    You will need to make a double batch because it won’t last. One taste and… it’s gone in a moment.  This is a Make and Take recipe.  Warning, do not make this recipe on a rainy or wet day. The Caramel Corn recipe will be grainy and chewy.  Caramel Corn Recipe is attached for easy printing.

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Daytime Blue Ridge Autumn Tablescape
Fall, Tablescapes
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Woodsy Tablescape

Woodsy Tablescape  featured red Gala apples,  natural acorns, colorful leaves and hydrangeas .   You can create this sassy setting by purchasing pretty fall salad plates. From that point, create your color scheme. In this case, I had a centerpiece that featured leaves and candles, so I added a few apples to bring out the red color in the plates.  The glass canisters beside the centerpiece has the same wooden dowel rounds glued to a felt band around the center of the canister.  This helps repeat the overall woodsy scheme.  The second photo features hydrangeas and cranberry spikes.  The cranberries are real and picked on a wooden skewer, then arranged with in the overall arrangement.  I repeated the cranberry theme with a Cranberry Ginger punch that was served with the dinner.  The cranberry ginger punch recipe can be found here http://serveitupsassy.com/cranberry-ginger-punch/.

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Vermont Maple Balsamic Pecans
Appetizers & Snacks, Recipes
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Vermont Maple Toasted Pecans

Vermont Maple Toasted Pecans have a secret ingredient!   The maple flavored balsamic vinegar adds a rich deep maple flavor that really perks up your palette with you bite into the crispy baked pecans.

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Vermont Maple Balsamic Ice Cream
Desserts, Recipes
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Vermont Maple Balsamic Ice Cream Recipe

Vermont Maple Balsamic Ice Cream  recipe doesn’t need an introduction to fall entertaining.    This is it!  Home-made Maple Ice Cream…

What makes this ice cream special is the maple syrup and the Vermont Maple Balsamic Vinegar.  Yes, Balsamic vinegar… not much but enough to give the ice cream a punch.  If you don’t want to add the vinegar you don’t have too, just add another tablespoon of Maple syrup. Serve this with toasted pecans and maple cookies.  Recipe for cookies http://serveitupsassy.com/maple-ice-cream/

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Maple Cut out Cookies with Pecans
Desserts, Recipes
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Maple Leaf Cookie Recipe

Maple Leaf Cookie Recipe with Maple Balsamic Glaze has a secret ingredient!  It is Vermont Maple Balsamic Vinegar!  Yes Balsamic vinegar. You won’t believe how great these cookies are.  It is soft butter cookie,make with real butter and then the maple vinegar is added as the extract.  You don’t need much to make a powerful bite so go easy.  The maple cookie glaze has maple extract or you can use the balsamic vinegar again.  Even the chopped pecans have been baked in the vinegar.  I know, I got carried away, but just love the flavor!!!    To see how to make these cookies read more.

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