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Monday, August 29, 2011

FABBY: Fall and Cinnamon Bread


 I love the way it looks n the cake stand.  The yellow fruit is an Andean fruit called "babaco", it's delish in fruit salad, but I love the pie, it's very yummy!, I use my pineapple recipe for it.
 Can't wait to cut a piece!
 I'm shooting this pics around 6 pm, so it's a little dark, the view from my kitchen window, I love looking at the river and the woods.  There's a beautiful hotel down there and what you see is the parking space.  The plant  growing in the pot by the window  is basil....just in case...
 The little ceramic basket was made at our former ceramic co. The cow tabletopper is plastic...oops!!  (it happens to the best of us, shshsh...)
 The fruit plates are from our past Ceramic Co. too. The very old white mugs are from our first years of marriage, 53 yrs. ago?; for tea or hot chocolate, I think it'll be yummy with the cinnamon bread.
Yersterday, while I was making my rounds visiting my blog friends, I ran into Lisa's post at: http://flourmewithlove.blogspot.com/ ......she had this great and yummy recipe for  "Cinnamon Raisin Bubble Bread," that looked  TDF!  After asking her so many questions, which she so graciously answered, I decided I was going to make it today and I did...mine didn't come out as pretty as hers, you see, hubby doesn't like sugar icing, so, it looks good, but a little rustic, not elegant like Lisa's, so thank you for the recipe Lisa.  I made a fall vignette with a couple of very old mugs, they're probably 35 yrs. old, they were 4, now there's two.   Don't look  Lisa, Lol!  I will be linking to the following great parties and many thanks to the lovely hostesses for having me.
Thanking all my sweet visitors, I'd love to have you all for a piece of this cinnamon bread, perfect  to start the fall season...so just come over!               Love,  FABBY
Tea Cup Tuesday at:  http://marthasfavorites.blogspot.com/
Tea Time Tuesday at:  http://sandymyyellowdoor.blogspot.com/
Tea Time Tuesday at:  http://ladykatherineteaparlor.blogspot.com/
Tea Party Tuesday at:  http://sweetology101.blogspot.com/
Try It Tuesday at:  http://dotdotdot.blogspot.com/
Wow Us Wednesday at:  http://savvysouthernstyle.blogspot.com/
White Wednesday at:  http://fadedcharm.blogspot.com/

57 comments:

Pegasuslegend said...

You really know how to make a grown woman lick a screen omg this is awesome!

Sharing Shadymont said...

Beautiful dishes, and that bread looks delish!!!

Designs By Pinky said...

I keep finding FOOD on so many blogs and it is killing me:):) This looks so yummy!!! With or without the icing! XO, Pinky

xinex said...

Your cinnaomn bread looks delish. It makes me feel like running over there to have a piece, lol. The babaco looks so much like a papaya. Thanks for stopping by, Fabby! Your vignette is lovely!...Christine

Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

Beautiful fall setting and the food looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing.
Hope to see you on my blog:)

Red Couch Recipes said...

Looks like a lovely cake. I am so intrigued about the tropical fruit that we never see and that I have never hear of. Joni

Marianne said...

Hi Fabby,
Oh, this looks so yummy and I have to agree with you husband on the icing. Love those beautiful fruit plates! Marianne :)

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh this looks sooooooo good. I don't need the icing either, I would just want a piece nice and warm and a good cup of coffee. Your tablescape is perfect. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

It looks delicious Fabby! Just the right thing to accompany a cup of tea or coffee.

Jocelyn @
http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com

Lizabeth said...

YUM! Looks delicious! I like your view out the window too!

Barbara F. said...

Hi Fabby, that cinnamon bubble bread looks so delicious, I will have to make it sometime. I love the pumpkin and gourds arranged so nicely on your table. You have a wonderful view from your window. xo,

Micupoftea~ said...

Every time I visit your blog I LOVE that view out your kitchen window!! Cake looks good, colors are so pretty on your table~

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

Yum and I do mean YUM...I love anything cinnemon!

SavannahGranny said...

Fabby, that looks so good. It is past midnight and I do not need to eat anything. I will just have to dream about this.
You pieces from the factory are always so colorful and beautiful. I am so glad you share them with us. I would never have know the tablecloth was plastic. Photos do trick us sometime. It still looks so cute with the dishes. Hugs to you, Ginger

Carrie @ Dittle Dattle said...

Yum! What a great way to start the day.

HHL said...

The cinnamon bread looks very delish! Your setting are always so beautiful... your dishes I'm swooning... Happy Tea Cup Tuesday...xo HHL

Brandi said...

Oh my! your bread looks absolutely yummy! I can almost smell it!

Lisa @ Flour Me With Love said...

Fabby...Thank you so much for the kind comments, they are greatly appreciated! I'm so happy that your bread turned out and it looks wonderful too! I love the cake stand as well :) Have a great day...you sure made mine!

bj said...

ummm, I saw that recipe, too and want to make this amazing bubble bread. Yours sure looks delicious.

Congrats on being married 53 yrs, Fabby. We are on our 51st...:)
hugs, bj

Life with L said...

This looks enticing! I would love to have a piece to enjoy with my cup of coffee. Your colorful cake stand is gorgeous!

Snap said...

Fabby, my mouth is watering! I since I don't have cinnamon bread, I'm going to go have a bagel! Lovely fall post! Happy Tea Day!

CAS said...

Wow, this bread looks so yummy! I really like your table scape. You would never know the tablecloth is plastic, I think the black & white sets off all the rest of the items beautifully.

Thanks for visiting my blog. I'm trying to get back into being a better bloggy friend, but still pretty busy unpacking & setting up our new home.
:) CAS

Sarah said...

Fabby, this looks delicious. Wish I had a piece of that fresh out of the oven cinnamon bread for my morning coffee.

Olive Cooper said...

I am all about rustic and I think the cake is beautiful as are your dishes and cake stand.

Richard Cottrell said...

Oh Fabby, I want some. I have a party once in a million years and I always like to make what we call monkey bread. Richard at My Old Historic house.

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Oh, that looks soooooo good. I can practically smell it.

Johanna said...

Hello Fabby,
your cinnamon bread looks fantastic. Yes, it makes my mouth watering. And surely I love the cake stand! You always make such pretty vignettes. I harvested this year only one very small pumpkin. As small as an apple. I love that happy decors.
Best greetings, Johanna

Pattie @ Olla-Podrida said...

I can almost smell the cinnamon. Now you have me craving some cinnamon bread. Yours looks just fine.

Sherry said...

That bread looks delicious! Very pretty on your cake stand.:)
Sherry

Dolores said...

Oh my.....your dishes are so pretty, I love them!

Wishing I had some of the delicious looking bread

☼Carolina Artesanías☼ said...

nice!
thanks for visit me!!
Happy Blog´s Day!!

On Crooked Creek said...

Fabby,
You are totally after "Mr. Ed's" heart...he loves cinnamon rolls and bread!!! Problem is, I'm allergic to cinnamon! Every once in a while, I send him to the donut shop alone just so he can enjoy a roll!!! I adore the cowskin table cloth , dear!
Fondly,
Pat

Alison @ The Polohouse said...

oh Fabby!
This looks so yummy and next to chocolate, cinnamon is my next favorite sweet thing!

My friend makes something like this on Christmas morning, and I think she calls it "monkey bread" for some reason --- I think having to do with the fact that you pull it apart in those little ball pieces and eat them with your hands?!!!
Does that make sense?

I love your table setting and now I see that unusual fruit you were talking about.

That ceramic basket is great!
xx
Alison

Jorgelina said...

This looks so yummy.
Happy Blog´s Day!!

Anonymous said...

Another great post, Fabby....the table certainly makes me think of fall, which can't come too soon for me!! I love your plastic tablecloth, and I won't tell on you
The cake looks yummy, and I like the tropical fruit that I have never heard of or tasted...it all looks so good...and pretty!!
Isn't it nice to have things from when you were first married! 53 years is a long time in these times. Congratulations!!
Thanks, as always for sharing this with us....Francy

Nancy said...

It looks delicious Fabby! I've never seen or heard of that fruit until you mentioned it here.

Nancy

Helen's Decor said...

Hi Fabby, I'm loving the fruit you used as a centerpiece. Everything looks lovely. Thanks for sharing!I'm trying to follow you. Hope you visit and follow me, too.

Helen of Helen's Decor

Dianne said...

Fabby,
I love the view from your kitchen window. I can imagine sitting there with a slice of that delicious cake and some coffee. I think the cow table covering is so cute. Dianne

FABBY'S LIVING said...

OMG! I was cracking up when I realized I made a typing error by writing I was married 53 YEARS!! Althoug,I most certainly will love to be married to my darling hubby for 100 years, we're married 36 YEARS ONLY!!...but the mugs, I know are 35 yrs. old, from NY, it's what I meant to say....LOL! Love you all.
FABBY

Ms Bingles Vintage Christmas said...

Just came across your blog. Love it! The bread looks delicious!Thanks for sharing!
Leticia

Mary Ellen said...

I love taking a piece of bread with butter and cinnamon and toasting it in the oven. This is so much more sophisticated! Looks yummy and I love your dishes!!

Norma2 said...

Hola Fabby! vengo a visitarte desde el espacio de Carolina y veo que está lleno de bellas imágenes ¡Felicitaciones!
Te dejo a Mafalda en seguidores y mi página http://norma2-siempreesprimavera-norma2.blogspot.com para que me visites si es tu deseo
Besoosss desde Mar del Plata Argentina

syra said...

Feliz día del blog,,uyyyyyyyyyyyy eso tiene que estar de bueno,preciosas vistas.
Un beso

Gail said...

O'Fabby that looks yummy! Seeing your cinnamon bread makes me want to go make some pumpkin bread....I know my husband would love that!

Have a wonderful day,
Gail

Take Six said...

Oh your cinnamon bread looks delicious!!! A perfect fall recipe!

Denise at Forest Manor said...

Hi Fabby,

I love the look of your table -- it feels like fall. I adore the fruit plates, the decorative cake stand and ceramic basket, but oh, that cinnamon bread! Yummm!! You've definitely made me hungry now. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful week.

Denise

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

You can just pass me a piece, please. I love anything with cinnamon. Thanks for sharing at WOW.

Amil Glamour said...

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mapili.yared said...

Feliz dia del blog!!!!!

ESPERANZA said...

Hi,Happy Day of te Blog... mmmm looks delicious,makes me hungry!!

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Your fall table and cinnamon bread look *nice* :D That bread looks like a recipe I saw the other day, and it was called monkey bread!

ButterYum said...

What a lovely post... the bread looks amazing, and I love all the ceramic pieces you've shared. But I have to ask - what were you doing up at 6am, and did you bake the bread earlier that same morning?

:)
ButterYum

Kathleen said...

The dishes and basket are beautiful! The bread looks delicious.I have seen people do this with the refrigerated biscuits as a short cut. Do you have those there?

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

I can smell the delicious cinnamon from here! Beautiful. That cinnamon bread would taste even better on those colorful dishes!
Yvonne

Scribbler said...

Your bread looks so scrumptious -- I may give this a try very soon. Your table looks lovely as always.

Gypsy Heart said...

I wish I had a piece of this right now!!

xo
Pat

Chari at Happy To Design said...

Hi Fabby...

Ooooh...such a beautiful autumn table, my friend! Your freshly baked cinnamon bread looks beautiful and so yummy! I will have to follow your link for the recipe. I would love to try it! Thank you for sharing your lovely autumn table and dessert with us! By the way...you sure do have a fabulous view from your kitchen window!!!

Love ya,
Chari