Pumpkin Spice Custard With Maple Brown Butter Mousse

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Remember a few weeks ago when I said I'd only put up one pumpkin dessert on the blog this year because I feel like there's too much pumpkin already out there in the blogging world? 

Yeeeah, I went ahead and made another pumpkin dessert. 

I'm not sorry.
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Homemade Hot Apple Cider

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Happy Thanksgiving Weekend to all my fellow Canadians! To all the American readers, happy Sunday! 

Whether you live north or south of the border, making this apple cider is going to be your new fall tradition. It's easy, it's crazy delicious, and it makes your entire place smell ridiculously good
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Pumpkin Pie Éclairs

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Well, I'm finally back home after 4 months of being away. It's an odd feeling. Part of me feels like I never left and part of me feels like I've been away for ages. It took no time for me to jump back into my regular routine. The lady who owns the local grocery store that I used to go to all the time gave me a little bouquet of flowers when I went there to get groceries! My kitty hasn't left my side in the past few days. The guys at the Indian restaurant that my boyfriend go to every week were glad to see me again. It's always nice to feel missed.
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Chocolate Pecan Brioche Buns with Salted Caramel Sauce

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If you've been reading my blog for the last few months, you'll know that I have been working away from home this summer. I left at the beginning of June, so it's been about four months. The job was seasonal and the summer season is winding down to a close. This resort town is getting pretty quite with the tourists - and a lot of the summer staff- gone.

And I'm going home in 4 days!
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Dark Chocolate Mousse with Graham Cracker Streusel and Toasted Meringue

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Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few years, you've noticed the absolute explosion of "GF", or gluten-free. 

The gluten-free trend is now an everyday thing. My neighbour eats gluten-free bread, not because she has coeliac disease, but just because she thinks it's better for her. She complains that it tastes like cardboard and when I tell her that regular bread is fine when eaten in moderation, she just shrugs. "Gluten-free" is now synonymous with "healthy". However, that's not true. 
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