Happy Fall

First things first, let’s start with some great fall food that you can order online so we’ll have it ready for you.

While you can get this goodness all year round, these are some of our favorite picks for fall:

Mac and Cheese, yes, please! Nothing says fall is here like this luscious cheese goodness. It’s a homemade hug waiting to happen.


Apple a la moo! We’ve got one for you! Treat yourself to this scrumptious dessert with just the right blend of autumn love: Sweet Waffle |  Warm Caramelized Apples
Cinnamon Sugar Crumble | Vanilla Custard



Chicken Orzo Soup! It’s on! Homemade and ready to warm your heart!

We’re also ready with some great fall kitchen hacks. Hopefully, you’ve been following us on social media @funkycow as we reveal a new hack every month either to save a little time, keep you organized or to correct a little foodie mishap that all of us have now and again.

Our first focus this fall is on pumpkins!

If you decorate with them, you’ll want to keep them bright, shiny and mold free!

If you want your pumpkin decorations to last FOREVER (okay, maybe not that long) then you can prolong their life using a simple bleach solution. Simply mix one part bleach to ten parts water and spray onto your beautiful pumpkins to stop the bacteria from eating away at them!

Martha Stewart

If you’re hosting, steal the show with a pumpkin cooler. You can thank Martha for that great idea!

“Be the coolest party host ever by carving out a pumpkin and using it as the ultimate Autumn place to chill drinks. Honestly, do this and your guests will love you!”

(read the full article here)

If you’re carving a pumpkin, you don’t want to flip your lid, so make a notch.

If you’re cutting off the top of your pumpkin, add a V-shaped notch so you’ll always know which way the lid fits back on. Cutting at a slight angle and adding the notch will also prevent the lid from accidentally falling into the pumpkin.

And, here’s a great scoop too- use your ice cream scoop!

Rather than gut your pumpkin with an ordinary spoon, use an ice cream scoop. Not only is this tool designed specifically for scooping, but the sharp edges are perfect for scraping the sides of your pumpkin if you want to thin them before carving.

(get more hacks here )

As you embrace this season of change, remember some things stay the same: we value your trust and confidence with every order you place and we can’t wait to serve you!

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