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May 05, 2008

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Sophie

I love autumn/winter, I'm already pining for it over here. The warmer days are great but it stays light so late now - I miss the cosiness of closing the curtains and shutting the world out for the evening.

This recipe sounds absolutely gorgeous (I've never tried pumpkin and fennel together!). With all of those delicious spices it doesn't sound like you would be missing out by going for the oil instead of the butter

kitchen hand

Sounds magnificent. I love fennel, a great under-rated vegetable here.

vegeyum

Would you believe it, I was thinking about butters today - reading a phenomenal recipe for garlic butter that includes pernod, and then thinking about butter with some lemon juice and parsley, or maybe some cumin and lemon. Garlic and basil. But these are real toy butters when compared with your Moroccan mix.

The pies look so delicious too.

Ricki

Cleary, your autumn is much more lush and gorgeous than mine over here--you make it sound totally appealing! I could definitely use some of that selfsame rain. . . !

These pies sound lovely. I've never been a huge fan of fennel, but this might flick the switch for me.

And I'm sure Poppy enjoys the beach walks!

jj

Those little pies turned out so good ... looks like they could be a little tricky to make but yours look fantastic!

Liz

Your writing is so lovely here - like poetry to me. And you're almost making me yearn for autumn. Note that I do say almost, because I need a chance to miss spring and summer first.

But the pictures, as always, are gorgeous and simple and perfect. I love an autumn leaf left alone. :)

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