Write and report on your favorite fall recipe
A subject near and dear to my heart. Food.
I don't really have a favourite recipe. I tend to be seasonal with food if I can - that's one of the points behind getting the garden cleared and starting to grow our own stuff - but it doesn't always work out like that. I get too tired and grumpy to plan more often than not. Once around the fridge and hurl it in a pan has been working for us for years.
Although ... now I come to think about it, I do have a sort of mental point in the year when I feel that hot puddings are essential. About now, in fact, so there you are. Hot puddings. This is partly to do with having a freezer packed with fruit with which things must be done. Since there is no bad about either crumble or danish pastry, both get made a lot. Even easier if (as I do) you make bulk blocks of the danish dough. It's no harder to make lots. Well, it's not hard anyway, just a bit faffy, but it makes me feel vaguely efficient.
I do have a bit of a guilt factor over danish pastry dough (I'm a Catholic Jew, I am really good at guilt). It requires a really scary amount of butter. If I'm going to feel bad about two pats of butter, I might just as well feel bad about four and get it over with.