Friday, November 2, 2012

Don't forget. . . .It's Time to. . . .

I'm a little under the weather this week--things are going slow--because I'm slowly moving. . . .


So, I thought I'd pop in and remind you to get your Pumpkin Butter made for Thanksgiving and Christmas. . . .All those pumpkins sitting around make delicious and inexpensive spreads for your biscuits, breads, waffles--well, it's just good out of the jar! Grab a spoon and dig in. . . .

 Making Pumpkin Butter

 You'll find the instructions and recipe at:





from my farmhouse kitchen to yours. . . .
The Farmer's Daughter

15 comments:

jeanetteann said...

mmm, never heard of pumpkin butter,I'm just popping over to check out the recipe,thanks :)

April S. said...

I have made apple butter but never pumpkin butter - this is definitely one I'm going to try. A lot of our neighbors who grow pumpkins are selling their leftovers for $1 each so now is a great time to grab a few of those and stash them in the shed for a couple of weeks. Thinking this would be a great present for my brothers who love pumpkin pie!

Amy Kinser said...

Hope you feel better.

I have made apple butter and peach butter, but not pumpkin butter. I did just buy some at Trader Joes and it's delish!

Thanks for the recipes...

Cranberry Morning said...

No kidding. I've never heard of pumpkin butter, but how could it not be delicious?! :-)

Little Susie Home Maker said...

I am so sorry you are not feeling well. Rest up and get better soon! I have never tried to make pumpkin butter, what a wonderful idea! Thank you for such a wonderful suggestion.
Blessings,
Susie

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

I have eaten pumpkin butter and it's very good.
Hope you're feeling better soon.

Barbara F. said...

I bought a jar last week at Trader Joe's. I am sure homemade has to be more delicious. I may give this a try. xo

Barbara F. said...

Ended too quickly, wanted to add hope you are feeling better. xo

Heide at ApronHistory said...

My sister and I just made pumpkin butter last week. But we still have another pumpkin to use up. We used a potatoe ricer instead of a seive. It is delicious! Now on to apple butter!

Julie Marie@Idyllhours said...

Those look delish, yum!... and I LOVE canning jars full of something delicious sitting out... thanks for sharing your recipes... xoxo Julie Marie

Jacquelineand.... said...

With fibro it isn't that you're moving slowly, it's that you're still moving! Or, as my favourite reminder to myself goes: "Just because you can't do everything doesn't mean you can't do anything!"

I hope you're feeling better soon; stay warm and well rested. The pumpkin butter looks amazing, sadly I am the only person in the house who will touch pumpkin.

Tanya said...

since i want to be just like you i am going to try this! i've got to go purchase a couple of little pumpkins this weekend, ours were carved!

hope you feel better soon!!

Old Time Cindy said...

You need to take care and slow down this weekend. Feel better soon! Sending farmhouse hugs!

cynthia lee designs said...

Hope you feel better soon. I've never had pumpkin butter, but it sure sounds yummy.
~Cindy

Stone Cottage Adventures said...

We've made apple butter, but not pumpkin. That sounds tasty! We'll have to give it a try! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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