i discovered that very same package in my p.o. box this morning :) can't wait to dig in. and lemons! is there a more cheerful fruit? i think not.
The package was so pretty I almost didn't want to open it, but then I dug in and found the sweet little book inside. And lemons, oh how I love them. Enjoy the contents of your MIEL package.
yes to all of it. i am so excited for nebraska and there is a lone sweet potato that i think wants to be lunch. :) hi denise.
No wonder you say "more, please". I don't know when we will get Nebraska over here but I would love to see it in a movie theatre. Sweet potatoes are delicious... comfort food, feet curled up on the sofa and a movie, Yes, please.
I hope you get Nebraska in Norway. Until then, enjoy your sweet potatoes.
I love your list and your photo with real mail. And I have an extra sweet potato from last week. Now I know how I'm going to use it. Thanks.
Enjoy! We ate Tara's sweet potato two nights in a row. Yum.
the langoustine ships from the home country! second time around i bounce into miel through the states. brilliant. that nebraska looks promising, albeit a double viewing will not go amiss in this house. i notice the lawyer is the lawyer, right. ;)))i'm unfamiliar with the meal, but that shouldn't have to pose any problem in the tasting dept. LOVE your poem. n♥
Cheers to books, movies, and unfamiliar meals.
Yes. More please. I've been meaning to write and tell you that it means SO much to me that you still read my blog and are almost always the first to comment. That's SO much more than friends who have known me for years do. There's really something to be said about this internet connecting people. However, I also love real mail. And those lemons look pretty special too.
The internet, it is not all bad.
Cheers to all those now uncommon things, especially lemons bringing in sunshine from another place.I am looking forward to seeing Nebraska, and there is nothing so satisfying as a baked sweet potato.
Our available produce is one of my favorite parts of California, but I'm also quite fond of the Texas Rio Star.
Oh yes, please!
Here's to the real, in a virtual medium. I wished I were wearing a handknit hat as I read your post.
Just think of me the next time you put one on.
This is such a sweet and true list. Yes, to more... please.
I usually sandwich my yam and black beans in a quesadilla, but this recipe looks even simpler. Mostly, though, I'm intrigued by the book. I'm tempted. Maybe.
I like the idea of these ingredients in a quesadilla. Thanks.
That's a good, good list. It could make many things right.
Nothing can substitute the real thing!
P.s. loose leaf tea (not teabag)