New & Notable Mentions 9/24/22

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This is the day I find new and notable mentions I believe are worthy of sharing from all over the globe.

Target’s line Hearth & Hand has their fall decor collection available

If you are interested in going off the grid for a little or a long while, The Guardian has an article titled Fancy Campers: Recipes For Tiny Kitchens that I thought was interesting.

If you are getting ready to decorate your porch for fall, Cottage On Bunker Hill has some ideas for you.

A Family Feast has a recipe for The Jennifer Aniston Salad. Check it out because it looks delicious.

For you tea lovers, Domino has the best tea kettles for gas stoves.

The Antiqued Journey has ideas for fall decorating on a budget.

Garden Therapy tells you the best way to overwinter herbs.

Oh, Sweet Basil came up with a Costco Copycat Crumb Pumpkin Muffin recipe to try out.

Ready to curl up with a throw and watch TV this fall? Here are cozy movies and shows to watch.

Emily Henderson talks about the fall outfits she both loves and feels really good in.

The 10 best multi-tools of 2022 that place a tool kit in your pocket.

Here are 12 Best Fall Drink Recipes to sip all season.

Quote about fall

Have a great weekend!

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  1. Wow Brenda, I got a lot of different websites to browse! I’ve been so busy today that I’m just getting a chance to see your post. So many great sites to look at! Thanks! I better hurry up and hit send or it will disappear like it did yesterday and it was a longer comment.
    Have a great weekend too!

  2. Thanks, Brenda – love all these interesting links! The food ones especially, although the Target one has such lovely things – the artificial Queen Anne’s Lace is so pretty! And the cosy throws!
    The one on overwintering herbs really interested me – not sure I agree with overwintering Rosemary in Zone 6 which is my zone. I bring mine in and keep it in a cooler spot with good light. Hope it makes it through another winter this year! I started it as three cuttings from one of those clamshell packages of herbs and it is such a thrill to see it as a lovely plant on the balcony – I live in a condo. Smells so good!
    Thanks for all your research – much appreciated.
    I hope that you and your Ivy have a happy week-end!

  3. So much incredible information today, Brenda. Thank you! I’ve been wanting to make the Jennifer Anniston salad but I’m not a fan of chick peas. While reading the article I found some ideas for substitutions. Pasta salads at least twice a week that oh so yummy and refreshing.
    Have a fabulous Saturday!

  4. I found some good recipes to try like pumpkin muffins so thanks for the links. Homemade food is the best.
    You have a good weekend too !!!

  5. Just checked out Targets fall decor, I absolutely love the wood and metal console table. It would take about 2 to 3 hours to cross the border from Canada into Buffalo to get to a Target store. We used to do this run often but now I am feeling lazy so I will have to pass. I just thought a bit of black would look great in my living room. Never mind I will look to see if I can find something similar here.
    Hope you are having a good weekend Brenda along with your beautiful Ivy.

  6. I love me a beautiful and cozy throw from this time of year through early spring. I have lots of different ones that I switch out over the seasons. I keep a throw in the living room even in the summer for cool evenings – I have two that I switch out for summer: a light cream, light weight fuzzy synthetic blend and my always out there black faux mink that is the softest throw I’ve ever felt. I checked out the Hearth and Hand fall collection at Target (your link) and saw a couple of throws that I liked a lot, especially the neutral colored wide stripe, it would go so well with other colors I use in the room this time of year. I’m hoping for a sale soon because I always like to get something at a discounted price 🙂

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