If you’re tired of all your snow and cold, why not come and visit the high country of Western Colorado, where I think it’s gotten below freezing twice in the past month and I just planted spinach, onions and garlic in the garden!
(To be fair there is actually a chance of rain in the forecast for the next couple of days, but I don’t think there’s going to be enough snow to impact anything on this side of the mountains til next winter, sadly.)
Runny middles crispy edges. Marie Sharp’s on top. One piece of toast for the eggs and one with strawberry rhubarb jam.
My brother has hit the road, coming home for Christmas (weather willing). He requested hobo stew, so here it is.
The Brussels sprouts were from the garden.
I’m making this again. Slightly altered. Hopefully I don’t burn it in the oven or something.
They’re kinda buggy, but slice em up and throw the good bits into the dehydrator for deliciousness.
Went over to the old house to do some yardwork and such, and picked some rhubarb (what I left is taller than what I transplanted). Also found some garlic growing where I must have missed it last year, so transplanted that too.
Home made kimchi. Someday I’m going to do home made corned beef, too.
On a brat, with sweet and spicy mustard.
Not very much, but the cabbage and chillies are mine.