Yesterday when I was out walking our sweet puppy, I happened upon a gorgeous Liquid Amber Tree.
Unlike other parts of the U.S., in LA it’s very rare to come across a tree with leaves changing colors in the fall.
Liquid Amber Trees are an exception.
I grabbed a handful of the beautiful, vibrantly colored leaves off the ground and brought them home.
Friday Flowers will be back next soon, because today I’m all about leaves — and a delicious fall dessert.
This is a simple recipe with just a few ingredients, and it’s perfect for a cool fall evening with friends, and can be a lovely Thanksgiving dessert, too.
Off we go . . .
Choose a spectacular Korean pear, cut, peel, and remove the seeds.
Take a moment though — before you remove the seeds — to admire the beauty of this fruit.
This is not a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.