As the last few days of August prepare to leave us the summer finally comes to an end. It’s time to put away the flip flops and the ice cream and start to watch the nights slowly draw in and the weather take a little bit of a chill. The leaves on the trees begin to turn red and then brown and the summer flowers start to wilt. There’s no need to feel down. This is a glorious time of mellow fruitfulness and a wondrous change of the seasons. It’s time for jumpers and muddy walking boots, hearty soups, bread, mash and sausages but most of all it is time for some great autumn puddings. Don’t be afraid to get in that kitchen and start cooking. You will need a decent set up and a Fitted Kitchens Norwich based firm has the answer for you. Need a fitted kitchen in Norwich? Just try the link
Autumn has its own pudding just like Summer. There isn’t a lot of difference between the two. You will need pears, white bread butter and that great staple of the winter, apples. Steam the fruit and cover it in the bread and butter. Perfect after a good long winter walk.
Sticking with apples there are two that you can make that are just totally autumn. The first is that easy staple Apple Crumble. Stew the apples with sugar, cinnamon and clove to taste if you wish then cover it in crumble. Some people like to add rhubarb as well or even have it on it’s own without the apple. This crumble favourite demands custard.
The other proper autumn favorite is the Apple pie. Why not be indulgent and add some caramel to the mix.« Back