søndag 12. april 2009

This and that at Easter

Hepatica ( Norwegian "blåveis")
Is is one of the safe signs of spring in Norway
They were once about to go extinct around were we live
because everyone picked them to make spring bouquets.
They have been protected for years,
and we now enjoy their lovely blue faces where they appear.
Like this: at the corner of the cabin.
The lamb of leg, made a tasty stew that lasted two days

This is my first ever cornbread
Very good, and very yellow,
I will definitely make that again!

5 kommentarer:

doggybloggy sa...

nice little flowers, your stew looks great and I bet it was nice to soak some cornbread in the gravy....

Beth sa...

mmmmmm, I love cornbread, still warm with ,elting butter and syrup on top. SCRUMP!!!!!!

great flowers too..

Happy Easter!

Marjie sa...

I have similar flowers in our side yard, and they peeked their tiny heads up last week, after the snow on Monday and Tuesday. Our 7 pound leg of lamb lasted only Easter dinner, and I'm so glad you've finally gotten to enjoy cornbread. My college kids were annoyed that I didn't make any while they were home!

marina sa...

Happy Easter Anette! We celebrate it next Sunday but we're preparing the house and soles all this week! We shall cook lamp too BUT with the Greek way! I see you still have snow! People was wearing T-shirts here today!

Anette sa...

Le Chien: We ate the cornbread as it was, lovely, like cake!

Beth: I'll make it again, thats for sure! Happy Easter!

Marjie: It sounds like you have about the same weather as we do.Did you have all your hungry wolves home for the lamb?

Marina: We're watching the greek weather closely now, my daughter has a count down until our holiday in Rhodos. We long for warm weather!