Hi everyone. It's once again time for T.
I thought since we are just about at the end of the month I would share a few assorted things that may not go together, but all happened this month.
I finished painting my living room this past weekend. Going up on the ladder was scary, but I did it. I don't really like heights so I must admit I was sweating bullets (as the saying goes) while up high on the ladder.
Now that the snow in my back yard is gone (hurrah for what feels like a small miracle), I noticed the first of the crocuses popping up.
I made 3 loafs of bread this past month.
Below is some sourdough challah that had a slightly too long second rising. My fault, I went for a ride with the hubby and we ended up being out longer than planned. But it still tasted like challah is supposed to taste, and you can see where I braided it, so I'd call it a success.
On St. Patrick's Day I made soda bread. Being inspired by an old episode of the British Baking Show, I added browned onions. black pepper and Swiss cheese. It was a tasty combo.
And I made my favorite old time New England bread, anadama. This loaf is non-sourdough but with added cornmeal and molasses.
Within the last week the local ice cream stand opened up, and I had ice cream for dinner on Saturday.
And I took a few beach walks (one of the few places not muddy now). My daughter also came home for a short overnight visit too.
We also had take out a couple of times. I had been craving Mexican food, so one Saturday in March the hubby and I called in for salads and brought them home to eat.
I took this photo before I added my guacamole. And this is also my T day drink photo. We had a bottle of strawberry margarita mix so Dave and I each had a glass with our salads.
Don't forget to stop by Bleubeard and Elizabeth's blog where we share our drink related posts on Tuesdays.
And the best info of all, is that March is ending in a more spring like manner. You just never know with March is it will be winter or spring.
That's all for me. Thanks for visiting, and I hope you have a great T day.