Yep, I know it’s been fall for a week. In south Texas, though, it will feel like summer for probably another month or so, but with shorter days. After that, the weather gets really awkward. Way back in the day, I remember checking the forecast every morning before going to school. The temperatures could span 30 degrees in one day, so I needed to know whether or not to bring a hoodie. (These are Important Matters.) Then it’s like the heat becomes slightly dormant until March or April, when summer resumes its sweaty dictatorship.
Regardless of the endless summer here, tomorrow is October. We’ll have peaches and tomatoes galore at least until November, but it feels awkward to blog about summery things while friends are starting to post pictures of snow (!) on facebook.
With a few hours of September left, I’ll share a couple yummy recipes I made this week that err a little more on the summer side. Continue reading »