Spring is in the air!! And I have a bad case of Spring Fever!! I replanted everything on my front planters so I could sit on the porch and take in Spring. I’m already searching out some local asparagus (although the weather is causing a delay in harvest). After I got these beauties planted,
I sat back to admired them. And then I remembered – I still don’t know…
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Trick and Treat shared the recipe to these beautiful Blackcurrant Oat Bars. A delicious and healthy breakfast on the run or afternoon pick me up.
This salad says Spring loud and clear! You’ll want to save this Grilled Salmon and Spinach Salad Recipe from The Lazy Budget Chef.
Spring is the signal that warmer weather is on the way. And this wonderful glass of DIY Cold Brew Coffee for Foolproof Iced Coffee at Home has me dreaming of a quiet afternoon. Shared by Heritage Home Ec.
I love a good creamy mac and cheese – and I’m trying to eat less animal products. Here’s a tasty alternative from the Healthy Helper, Dairy-Free Cheesy Butternut Squash No Yolks Casserole.
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Thanks so much for the feature! I’m honored. Thank you for hosting. Have a wonderful week. :)
Thanks for sharing your great recipe!! So glad you’ve joined our party.
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Helen, I love the Primroses they are one of my favorites and always the sign that spring is arriving, right there beside the asparagus in the marketplace. Many (many!) years ago we foraged for wild asparagus along the railroad tracks in the Yakima Valley. You won’t find it there now, due to spraying, a shame really because it was a wonderful day of walking and then asparagus for dinner! Thanks for hosting, have a wonderful day ahead.
When we first moved to Oregon there was an abandoned blueberry farm where you could go pick for free. It was great. Then they built houses on it. I love the bounty of the PNW.
Thanks for hosting and for the nice surprise of featuring my Blackcurrant Oat Bars. Wishing you a beautiful weekend…
Thanks for sharing them. They look awesome!
I am so excited to welcome spring, it has been a long winter season. Hope you have a great week and thanks so much for the party!
Right back at ya Helen!!
I’m definitely getting itchy for spring here too! So many plants to finally plant outside! Thanks for hosting us. :) I brought by some Pork Meatball Ramen. Hope you enjoy!
Thanks for joining the party!! I look forward to your recipes.
Serving This Week 3-1 to 3-5-2021 On Tuesday was Avocado Breakfast Bake. Wednesday was Lil Leprechaun Snack Mix. Thursday was Green Pistachio Sweet Bread. And Friday was Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage 2 Ways. Enjoy!
Sounds delicious!! Thanks for sharing at the party.
Hi, Helen. Thank you so much for hosting! I hope you are having a wonderful week.
Thanks Jhuls! Hope your week is going great too! Thanks for sharing your great recipes!
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Once again another GREAT party FULL of inspiring projects and recipes – thanks for hosting!
Thanks Tamy – Hope you’ve had a fabulous week!
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