Local Supper-Week One

Cream of Asparagus Soup, market sourdough and roasted garlic bread, garden fresh green salad, and rhubarb hand pies.
There were some non-local ingredients here. I used flour, salad dressing, bell peppers and carrots from the grocery store. I'm getting back into the swing of things, though, and it feels good to be eating mostly local meals again. Soon I'll be skipping even more aisles at the store.
Remember to add your local food posts to Mr. Linky! All you need to do is click on the icon to see the links that have been added. There are already seven beautiful posts for you to look at, and you can add a post through Sunday if you like. Then Brenda will be here on Monday for a guest post and another Mr. Linky for week two. In fact I have TEN weeks of guest bloggers lined up for the Monday posts. I'm very excited to see what they have to share!

I'll be back tomorrow with some sewing to share! Thanks for stopping in today. I enjoy your visits.
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  1. MMM....my mouth is watering. Looks delicious.

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  2. You should enter my recipe contest!
    www.shellystout.blogspot.com

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  3. where i live they are trying to get the "100 mile diet" going. eating things that are grown within 100 miles of your home. your supper looks delicious!

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  4. that soup looks amazing! We are trying to consume more foods grown locally as well, joining a CSA has been the biggest help!

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  5. We got a ton of kale this week with the CSA. Shawn and I are a little scared of kale...sorry to those how love it out there...

    But we found a define recipe online that has converted us...as you will see...soon... -S

    Oh, yeah, I also want a taste of that soup!

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  6. Yum! I must confess...so far I've done nothing for eat local week...but I'm looking forward to some yummy inspiration!

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  7. This meal looks so divine! And local - even better!

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