Falls in Fall, and Turkish Delight

It almost reached 60º today, so we took the opportunity to walk around Charleston Falls on a not frigid day.  The old trees stood stark and imposing without all the frilly greenery, and the falls were trickling harder.

On the way home, we checked out a Turkish/Russian grocery near us, and came out with lots of bulk spices, Turkish coffee, and other useful, hard-to-find food items.  (I did not succumb to their aisles of Turkish Delight.)  It’s good to see growing immigrant micro-communities popping up all around us, including Central Asians, Koreans and Southeast Asians, Mexicans, Indians, Middle Easterners, and others.

Here are E’s latest, greatest Challot, speaking of Eastern Europe.

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