As I glanced back through my archives of blog postings, I saw that I jumped from What do Dietitians Eat? Menu #7 to Menu #9. What happened to #8? Did I just mis-number my posts or was #8 still sitting in a draft format? The latter and for almost a full year!
So the following menu is not quite seasonal, again it is pushing spring, even early summer, with taste treats that are worth waiting for. Sorry for the extreme delay in getting this posted up!
I see that I don't have any recipe already posted for making our stewed rhubarb, so when our fresh rhubarb is ready to pick, freeze, or stew, I'll make sure I get photos of that. Hopefully, all the rhubarb we transplanted from our community garden to our farmhouse will produce. In addition, we have some old, old, old rhubarb at our current home that also needs to be transplanted (it has been moving around/given away from rootstock many generations ago in Indiana.)
Although it is a rainy day here today and we plan to work inside our farmhouse still stripping wallpaper, caulking, etc, etc, I love this short quotation because there is nothing better than the smell of the earth, and smelling like dirt, in spring!
"Cultivate your life - you are what you grow - inch by inch, row by row"
Diana Dyer, MS, RD