September Love&Inspiration

My Blue&White Kitchen

It has been a gorgeous September with an abundance of fresh, seasonal produce. Slowly summer fruit and vegetables, such as tomatoes, berries, and stone fruit, are replaced by children of fall. I'm especially looking forward to even more mushrooms as well as to pumpkins and chestnuts. Oh and to baking; lots of it.

I'm leaving Germany soon but will stop by the Viktualienmarkt in Munich before boarding my flight. I'm going to grab some amazing things and turn them into something delicious back home. Maybe I should buy some quinces or mirabelle plums; they're both are hard to find back in Finland. I also need to visit that stall with an impressive selection of fabulous preserves and condiments, such as jams, chutneys, and mustards. Thank you Nicky for the recommendation!

What fall produce are you most excited about? And what would you make with a bunch of quinces?

» I LOVE Ottolenghi's new book! It's, once again, a masterpiece. Seriously, get that book.

» And go get Green Kitchen Travels! It's as brilliant as Luise and David's first cookbook. Can't wait to feature a recipe from it, although, it's gonna be so hard to decide which one.

» Mimi Thorisson's first cookbook, A Kitchen in France: A Year of Cooking in My Farmhouse, comes out in October and I can't wait to get cooking from it. I'm sure it's going to be a gorgeous book filled with delicious recipes, lovely stories, and top-notch photography. 

» Beautiful post. Makes me miss summer more than ever.

» I could have this for breakfast every single day. So eager to try that nut milk!

» About Finnish food culture on Honest Cooking

» It's not too late: Sea Salt Iced Coffee with Sea Salt Cream

» New blog love: Portland Fresh

» Latke Waffles, anyone?

» I have a huge virtual crush on this Caramel Cardamom Pear Jam.

» A new series on seasonal eating. Got to love Cookie+Kate!

» Made this delicious eggplant curry from The Bojon Gourmet. Highly recommended! 

» Harvard Common Press on Twitter: "Looking for Scandinavian food in the States? Don't rely on IKEA check out @mybandwkitchen"

» Learn to make proper Masala Chai

» Totally obsessed with Brooklyn Tweed and their gorgeous patterns. Fall doesn't only mean more baking but more knitting as well!

» These chocolate cupcakes with sea salt buttercream are magic.

» YAY! Eva of Adventures in Cooking is writing a cookbook!

» This post

» Ricotta Beignets!

» A salad inspired by the beautiful island of Bali

» Thank you Pure Green Magazine as well as Lindsey, Laura, and Claire for choosing me as one of the top contributors on the #PGMinseason project on Instagram! My Crostini with Wild Mushrooms & Ricotta recipe was featured on their blog. This project was fun and inspiring!

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