It was 16 degrees as I drove my husband off island to the train station for work.
Sea smoke doesn't happen very often
and less so in November.
I should say that sea smoke is caused when very cold air moves over warmer water.
It forms when a light wind of very cold air mixes with a shallow layer of saturated warm air immediately above the warmer water. The warmer air is cooled beyond the dew point and can no longer hold as much water vapor, so the excess condenses out. The effect is similar to the "steam" produced over a hot bath or a hot drink, or even an exercising person.
A few years back I stumbled across this old wooden table/bench at a yard sale.
I paid $5.00, shoved it into my car, and drove it home.
I use it as a planter on the porch
but this weekend I cleared the terra cotta off it, gave it a good scrubbing down,
and brought it into the living room.
I like the red colour for the season.
One pot chicken braised chicken and apple cider, potatoes, green beans
Egg roll in a bowl, rice
Cranberry, orange chicken breast, sweet potatoes, broccoli
meatloaf, potatoes, peas
one pan pork chops with apples and onions, rice
sage pumpkin pasta bake, salad
sheet pan steak and veggies
and of course....turkey