• Anticipating Spring with Fig & Quince’s Sabzeh
• Finding Found, via The Improvised Life
• Waiting for Michael Pollan’s new book, while reading Taste, Memory
• Heading off to learn to bake like this
• And, looking forward to Winter Greens Field Day
What an inviting post (and I’m not saying that just because you linked to the sabzeh which by the way: squee!) — everything about it invites reveling in the simple pleasures of our senses.
You’ve had such a joyful series of posts this month, it would be impossible not to include at least one of them here!
Oh, my goodness! Be still my heart fluttering, so lovely to see a magnolia blossom! 2+ feet of concrete-hard snow, and now snowing again. #waitingforspring
I know, how are the Easter bunnies supposed to find eggs under all that snow!
I was at the Brunswick ME winter market last weekend and bought bread from Zu bakery. Have you ever tried it? Pretty amazing! Organic, Maine-grown whole wheat. And delicious. Unfortunately, not really realistic to drive up there to get it!
Hi Blayne, thanks so much for the tip on Zu Bakery! Gorgeous bread and intriguing baker…
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