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October 2021: Happy Fall Ya’ll!

October 2021: Happy Fall Ya’ll!

Cooler Temperatures Mean Warmer Recipes

Now that it is officially fall and you’ve made the transition from shorts to pants, it’s a great time to try out some new recipes that can really warm you up from the inside out. Who doesn’t love a warm, bowl of comforting soup on a chilly fall day? Comfort foods have a way of transporting us back in time and allow us to relive fond memories of loved ones. Here are some of our favorite fall recipes that you can share with your family.


Chicken & Dumplings:
https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/the-best-chicken-dumplings/

Vegan Chili:
https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/vegan-chili-51216410

Old Fashioned Apple Crisp:
https://www.thechunkychef.com/old-fashioned-easy-apple-crisp/

 

 

Spooky Season Is Here!

If ghouls and ghosts are your thing, than you are in luck! Metro Detroit has no shortage of Halloween themed events, whether you’re looking for something that is suitable for the entire family or looking for something that will give you nightmares for years to come. We’ve found the best spook-tacular things to do that will be sure to put you in the Halloween spirit!

Erebus Haunted House. This one is NOT for the kids!
https://hauntedpontiac.com/

Detroit Zoo Boo. 100% kid friendly
https://zooboo.detroitzoo.org/

Dexter Cider Mill. They even have vegan donuts!
https://www.dextercidermill.com/

Northville Streets of Treats. Kid approved!
https://www.northville.org/streets-of-treats

Halloween Extravaganza! For the entire family!
https://downtownlakeorion.org/event/halloween-parade/

 

 


Fall Maintenance tip: clean your gutters and downspouts frequently throughout fall to prevent build up of leaves and other debris.


 

Have a fun and safe Halloween!
-Stephanie Janiga
(734) 564-6579

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Whitney Hakim

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