I tried a new soup recipe today and it was both easy and very tasty –
I’ve planted some leek seeds in a seed tray today and hope they all sprout.
.A friend called round this afternoon to return books and to bring me an Autumn fruiting Raspberry bush. The raspberries appear at the end of August and go on until the last frost which, here in Cornwall, can be late November. Raspberries are my favourite fruit and I’m looking forward to these.
Sharp Little Pencil
March 18, 2021 at 4:05 pm
Sara, this is great. Good for you, planting that raspberry bush. The bees will love it! My little garden plot lies fallow for now – we just had what may be our last snowfall here in Wisconsin – but already, I see that dreaded creeping Charlie rearing its head. What a find way to get me out of the house come the warm weather.
That soup looks heavenly. Just made a batch of lentil with kale. The nice thing about the chill of Wisconsin is, MORE SOUP FOR ALL! Thanks, Amy
March 17, 2021 at 6:56 am
I love rasperries and my plan is to plant some when I have a bigger garden!
March 17, 2021 at 3:34 am
My parents planted raspberry canes in the yard and enjoyed raspberries for 3 mos. every year for years and years and years. Enjoy!
March 16, 2021 at 11:18 pm
Whatever you call your soup, it looks delicious! We had split pea soup for supper and will be eating it for the next two days. There are many different recipes for this soup. My favorite recipe is the one my husband uses. Because I don’t have to do one thing but set the table!!! 😉
And wash the dishes.
March 17, 2021 at 7:52 am
That’s a very good kind of soup! 🙂