Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Cozy Autumn in 1664

Oh happy times as I dream of The House of the Seven Gables in Salem, Massachusetts or even the oldest house in Salem, which was built in 1664, known as the Pickman House.

Welcome to my kitchen friends. The candle is lit and the teapot is simmering.


Susan McShannon-Monteith said...

And what shall ye be cooking on the hearth?
xo Susan

Christine LeFever said...

Ah, dear Susan, for you we will enjoy shepherd's pie and apple tansy. Yum!


Rachael Kinnison said...

mmmmmmmmmmm....may I humbly take a seat as well? I can smell the apples now Christine and they smell heavy and w*o*n*d*e*r*f*u*l
xoxoxox Rachael you mentioned before, mabey taking up a small salter on some property there in Ore~ I think you need to talk Gregory into reporducting the 7 Gables there! Im sure he can whip one out in his spare time ;)

Heather said...

Oooh, I love those houses! I am so envious of those who get to live daily in places so rich in history and beauty, although the prairie has its highpoints too. I would love to have a kitchen cozy...with a corgi napping nearby of course!~

DollZandThingZ said...

Ah, Salem! I love it there. We pass through it frequently on our way to other places north of there.

It is so beautiful in Southern New England right now. The autumn foliage is peaking here, but we have much raking to do this weekend. Yesterday I made the first casserole of the season. Autumn is just the best!

Doreen Frost said...

Oh...and what shall we be enjoying from your hearth? Oh I see that dear Susan has asked that and you have answered it...Shepard's Pie and Apple Tansy, how wonderful, I shall draw my chair near the fire and join all of you. What a lovely time we shall have.


Anonymous said...

I have yet to visit must share more photos and tell us some scary stories ..!