These gluten-free pumpkin pies have a thin and flaky pastry with a smooth, creamy, allspice fragrant filling. I bet you won’t be able to resist having just one. After all, indulging in a few clearly demonstrates your thanks and appreciation for pumpkins, right?
You could definitely say that I’ve been a bit M.I.A lately.
Have I grown tired of blogging? Not at all.
Have I been experiencing writer’s block? Who doesn’t!?
So where have I been? Having the adventure of a lifetime!
Although this blog entry isn’t recipe focused as my usual ones, I felt that my recent journey to London, England’s Portobello Road was well worth sharing with my fellow foodies.
If you are afraid of heights, go up the Shard anyway.
In my last blog entry, I wrote about some of the exciting changes in London’s culinary scene. While the city is clearly embracing and mixing cuisines of various cultures, it’s also good to see that its classics are still celebrated and easy to find.
While I realize that change is a part of life, what happens when we lose touch with our foundation, our roots? Just how important is it to preserve the past?