While MdN drags out the snowshovels, he will be thinking about FL, where it will be 88 degrees all weekend
Today, I stocked up big time at the Farmers Market. I won't make it to next Sat's market (the last outdoor market this year) due to a food co-op board of directors commitment. Today at the farmers market for about $25, I bought homemade apple strudel (yum), caraway rye bread, a bag of apples from a local orchard, several green peppers, baby red potatoes, carrots, lettuce (yes! lettuce at this time of year), spinach, and best of all, 2 pints of fresh raspberries. I am so very spoiled and thank God for the good food and farmers who grow it. And the baker, of course.
Margo wishes everyone had access to such good, healthy food. Tomorrow she'll finish preparing chili that she'll take to work and also carrot-raisin muffins.
butter and lemon juice each day from the garden.Her children can't stand it!She has a pumpkin from April that her son wants to carve a head out of ,so will make pumpkin soup.
Anne plans to go out in the garden weeding this warm day,and later going to afternoon Mass with her family
an hours drive east at a Cathedral.
Interesting how people the world over have the same interests, isn't it!
No BIG breakfast this time, Margo!