Enjoy my Saturday Greetings Newsletter from the first Saturday in October.
Fall is festival time. I know there are sheep and wool festivals, beer festivals, car shows/hill climbs, and a lot of other special festivals. But, here in Parke County, Indiana, USA, we are 6 days away from Indiana’s largest festival, the Covered Bridge Festival. Parke County is the home of 31 historic covered bridges. The festival runs for 10 days, starting next Friday, the 11th. Nine county communities will showcase their food, crafts, and entertainment. Oh, and don’t forget the beautiful fall foliage.
Read about the history of Parke County on the Parke County Convention & Visitors Commission’s website at The History of Parke County.
Have you ever wondered what you could do with the Amazon boxes after you have removed your goodies? This tutorial by Erin Cole of Elizabeth Joan Designs will show you how to turn boxes into baskets.
Crochet a fall oak leaf for yourself or a friend’s coat. Oak Leaf Crochet Pattern is from Living Down Under.
Knitters: Here is a fall leaf for you to knit, too. This pattern is by Tina Hilton on Craftstylish.
I couldn’t resist sharing this Halloween Pillow tutorial I found by Therm O Web
Easy Baked Mozzarella Chicken with Mushrooms and Tomato Sauce is a simple one-pan dinner! This low-carb and KETO friendly recipe is made without breadcrumbs.
This Keto Chicken Fried Steak with gravy is the ultimate in low carb comfort food. Perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Keto friendly and gluten free
This paleo butternut squash soup recipe is so comforting for fall and winter! Creamy low carb butternut squash soup with coconut milk is dairy-free, nut-free and super easy to make.
This Paleo and Whole30 slow cooker pulled pork with pineapple coleslaw is perfect for an easy weeknight dinner or meal prep.
Saute the fall vegetables in a large saucepan and saute the fish in a large skillet.
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As most of you know, I am a survivor. If you or someone you know has dense breast tissue, please download this Dense Breasts Q&A Guide.
Until next week–
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