Thursday, March 19, 2015

Preview of a Spring Fling #SundaySupper

Flowers Have Started to Bloom in Western Washington. It Must be Spring!

The spring equinox will occur this upcoming Friday. When I was a California resident, it would not be a remarkable event but I have gained a new appreciation for the four seasons since I am coming out of my first winter here in the Pacific Northwest. (However, parents of my daughter's classmates tell me that the last three months have been unusually warm and I haven't been properly baptized yet.)

Spring to me means that things are defrosting from the cold winter, a good, deep clean is on order for the abode and I need to file my tax return soon. From ramps to morels, spring also means that a number of fruits and vegetables will come into season, so the team at #SundaySupper Movement has decided to mark the occasion by featuring seasonal dishes in it's Spring Fling event which will occur this upcoming Sunday, March 22nd. I have the pleasure of co-hosting it with Valerie of Lifestyle Food Artistry. One of our responsibilities is to introduce the bloggers and their respective dishes we anticipate for the event, so I offer the following preview and look forward to seeing you Sunday.


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  1. What a wonderful lineup of spring recipes and I can't wait to see them on Sunday!

  2. Yayyy I'm so excited for Sunday to come. Thanks for hosting, DB and Valerie!

  3. I can't NOT wait to celebrate this week!! Spring better be around the corner here for us! Thanks for hosting DB!


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