Sunday, March 15, 2009

Signs of Spring

A short little trek around the backyard revealed some promises: iris, sedum, knockout rose, and lily—all poking through the brown earth. What a welcome sight!!

BabyIris BabySedum

BabyKnockOutRose BabyLily

I am trying out a new blogging program, Windows Live Writer, a free download. Sorry, I didn’t make a link but I’m sure it can be googled.

In response to a request by a commenter, here’s the recipe for Irish Sweet Potato Soup:

3 medium sweet potatoes—peeled & cubed

6 medium carrots—peeled & cubed

1/2 onion—chopped

4 cloves garlic—crushed

2 sticks celery—chopped

6 cups chicken broth

1 t. salt

Pepper

Put all ingredients in a dutch oven and simmer till soft. Blend with immersion blender till pureed.

Fingers are crossed that this actually publishes and doesn’t wreck my blog!!!!

3 comments:

Carrie ~ Cricketwood Prims and Gardens said...

Young growth is daring to sprout in your yard. I have been out looking myself, your soup sounds delicious.

Libby said...

The soup sounds yummy . . . . a good one to add to the recipe book *s*

paula, the quilter said...

I, too, have sedum, iris and lilies popping their heads up. Along with chives and French taragon. O yeah!