I have a secret to share with you today.
It’s time for Saturday market here and in cities across the country. Main Street Greenville closes down every Saturday morning so local farmers and artisans can set up their market stalls. As we walk down the street with coffees in hand we are wooed by the scent of handmade soaps wrapped in rustic twine, fresh picked flowers in galvanized buckets, and the delicious aroma of fresh baked breads and cookies.
It has been a whole loooonnnng month since I last posted here on the blog. I never intended to let it go this long but, well, a lot has been happening behind the scenes and I had to let something go.
So here is my review of What I Learned in March and a promise that April will see more activity on the blog.
When it comes to eating dinner my man is kind of a manly man. He likes “real food” like you’d see on the box of a Hungry Man dinner (Ewwww)! He likes to feel full and satisfied after one of his 12 hour work days and believe it or not, this pretty Spring salad with high protein ingredients like chicken, avocados, cheese and pecans is one that satisfies.
We love eating lighter during the Spring and Summer months and hope that you’ll enjoy this recipe as much as we do!
Hi readers! I’m so excited that the Seahawks have made it to the next round of the playoffs and are playing the Panthers in my home territory tomorrow. I’ve been wearing my Seahawks colors proudly and plan to put my great BIG 12th man flag out in the front yard for the game tomorrow. It will probably not even be noticed as this is more of a college ball town anyway.
So here is the official Recipe of the Week for the Home of the 12s Facebook page. This recipe is taken from Cooking Light Diet and goes along with my New Year’s resolution to lose a few pounds and get in shape. I don’t normally do a lot of recipes on this blog but have been kept hopping lately as the Seahawks just keep pushing on through. Let’s hope that I’ll be back with more next week!
Seahawks vs. Panthers tomorrow. What a game that will be!