Tag Archives: Autumn

Adventures in the UK Part III: St Andrews, Only the Beginning

I have been here a month, and St Andrews seems to have left me without words; I am not sure if that is because it is an indescribably amazing place, or because I have written so many essays in the past few weeks that my vocabulary is just too tired! Well, it is probably a […]

A Collegiate Thanksgiving

The time has come to put cranberries in absolutely every dish you can think of and to give some extra attention to the best orange foods that never get enough love, pumpkins and sweet potatoes: it is Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving, apart from being a dream come true for foodies like myself, is also, of course, a […]

Rainy Colonial Mornings

Ah! It took me so long to get these photos posted! Now, all of those lovely leaves are gone, mercilessly blown away by November gusts and men with leaf-blowers. At least I have the photos to enjoy. Williamsburg is beautiful all day, everyday, but on a drizzly fall morning it can look simply magical. Rain […]

Pumpkin Puree (For the Under-equipped Cook)

Rather than letting the pumpkin my parents bought me over fall break rot into a malodorous mush on my desk, I decided to put it to use in some tasty baked goods. Believe it or not, you can make your own pumpkin puree, even with nothing but and oven, a bowl, and a fork. When […]