Melt in Your Mouth Monday Blog Hop #37

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Hey there!  After a crazy snowy weekend, I’m glad to be posting my weekly Blog Hop!  As some of you may have heard on Facebook, we got a surprising 22 inches of snow over the weekend!  I thought for sure that we’d lose power, but we lucked out, unlike many MA residents.  Due to the downed tree limbs and power outages, we have no school on Monday.  I’m used to this much snow, but never in October!  This will be one year that the little Trick-or-Treaters can’t run across my front lawn!  Check out my pictures!
 


This is what the railings looked like on the deck when we woke up Sunday morning!

 

Yup!  I had to push the snow out of the way to open the door.

 

It took half of the day to snow blow.  Can you see the colored leaves in the neighborhood?  I can’t remember having colored leaves on the trees with this much snow!  It’s so weird!

 

Isn’t this crazy?!

 

Luckily, there’s no snow in the forecast!  Were you affected by the snow this weekend?

 

 

Check out the 3 most viewed recipes from last week’s Blog Hop!

They look SO GOOD!

 

#1

Pumpkin Pull-Apart Monkey Bread with Maple Glaze from Moms Own Words

 

#2

Halloween Peanut Butter and Toffee Candy Bark from Lady Behind the Curtain

 

#3

Chocolate Chip Cookie Truffles from Brandy’s Baking

 

Before you link up, enter to win my current giveaways!

 

Mini Pies  (ends Oct. 31 at 5 pm EST)

 

3coupons ($30 value) for Perdue Simply Smart Chicken  (ends Nov. 7 at 5 pm)





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  1. says

    Hi Jane!

    I am so excited that the Pull apart Monkey Bread recipe had the most views last week! Woo Hoo!

    I added my apple cider doughnut hole recipe this week. These are so easy and yummy. I used one of those Cake Pop Makers, but I do include directions for using a traditional oven. The kids gobble these up! Thank you for hosting this linky!

  2. says

    22 inches, that’s crazy! Great that you didn’t lose power, though.

    Thanks for hosting for another week! The features all look super yummy.

  3. says

    Wow Jane that is a lot of snow! We had about six inches and I thought that was a lot, lol. Enjoy your day off :) Thanks so much for hosting!

  4. says

    That much snow in October is crazy, so glad you have power! I have shared Deviled Eggs, Southern Baked Beans, and Chocolate Cream Pie. Thank you for hosting!

  5. says

    That’s a lot of snow! My husband and I just came back from a week on the beach in South Carolina so it’s hard to get used to cold temperatures again….and we don’t have any snow yet! Hope you can stay warm and keep blogging! Thanks for hosting :)

  6. says

    So good to get that update from you. As soon as we heard about the HUGE snowfall in MA, I told my husband I wondered about you out there! ARGH! Hard to imagine that much snow falling at once – and in Oct. to boot! (no pun intended – ha). WOOOWW!!! How nice you get to be home today. I linked up my nutella banana oatmeal smoothie – looks like there’s a ton of yummy recipes to check out today. Take good care – stay safe and warm – and enjoy your day at home!

  7. says

    Thank you for hosting! This week I have shared the following seasonal farm-to-table recipes that promote the benefits of good health through nutrition from eating fresh unprocessed seasonal produce:

    fall coleslaw wraps
    http://theintentionalminimalist.blogspot.com/2011/10/fall-coleslaw-wraps.html

    spicy sprouted lentils & greens soup
    http://theintentionalminimalist.blogspot.com/2011/10/spicy-sprouted-lentils-greens-soup.html

    Happy cooking!
    The Intentional Minimalist

  8. says

    OMG that snow is nuts! I’m in MD and we got about 8 inches, we are on the top of a mountain, we went into town yesterday (at the bottom of the mountain and yeah NOTHING down there isn’t crazy! Poor kids today so much snow for Halloween, All my Halloween Decor is buried under snow!

  9. says

    HI!!! We didn’t get the snow that was expected in RI, thank God! Some areas of CT and MA are postponing Halloween until Thursday because there will be no street lights and the roads will be difficult to walk with all the snow!

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