FOOD, FUN & FELLOWSHIP

The urban homestead was once again host to another community gathering. Thanks all who contributed some mighty tasty dishes and desserts.  I think the highlight of the evening, besides the ice cream, was the delicious loquat pie – thanks M & D!  Oh, and you’ll have to share the link to the recipe!

Thanks to SoCalDan (fellow Freedom Gardener) for a few of the photos posted below (and for bringing some very beautiful homegrown produce from your garden to share!)

Also we appreciate the wonderful and talented musicians who provided us once again with great music.

Another great and enjoyable evening everyone.

Fellowshippin’ on the ‘stead. Photo courtesy SoCalDan

All eyes and ears!  Everyone listens to oldies but goodies renditions.

David (harmonica)  Jordanne (guitar) and Sascha (guitar) Photo courtesy SoCalDan

Jammin’ – CCR’s FORTUNATE SON

Comments(2)

  1. Michele says:

    Hi Anais,

    Thanks again for the invitation to your monthly social. We had a GREAT time. I’m really happy that many enjoyed the loquat pie. Here’s the info. about the loquat pie recipe I used.

    loquat pie recipe link: http://www.kenlarson.net/cooking/cooking000.htm
    (I converted the total baking time to be more like 55-60 minutes, and the oven temp to be 375 degrees F for the first 30 minutes, turn the pie 180 degrees, and reduce the oven temp to 350 degrees F for ~25 minutes).

    pie crust recipe (“Basic Flaky Pie Crust”) is from the following cookbook: ‘Pie: 300 Tried and True Recipes for Homemade Pie’ by Ken Haedrich, pg. 31, 2004, The Harvard Common Press.

  2. Michele says:

    Hi Anais,

    Thanks again for the invitation to your monthly social. We had a GREAT time. I’m really happy that many enjoyed the loquat pie. Here’s the info. about the loquat pie recipe I used.

    loquat pie recipe link: http://www.kenlarson.net/cooking/cooking000.htm
    (I converted the total baking time to be more like 55-60 minutes, and the oven temp to be 375 degrees F for the first 30 minutes, turn the pie 180 degrees, and reduce the oven temp to 350 degrees F for ~25 minutes).

    pie crust recipe (“Basic Flaky Pie Crust”) is from the following cookbook: ‘Pie: 300 Tried and True Recipes for Homemade Pie’ by Ken Haedrich, pg. 31, 2004, The Harvard Common Press.

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