So this happens every year, around this time. My attention is diverted to the outdoors. I spend all my spare time in my garden, and barely a minute in the kitchen. Okay, maybe 2 minutes. Just enough time to put something in the microwave.
I did manage to make matzo ball soup earlier this week, though.
Matzos were crazy cheap, like $1.99 for 5 lbs! I had to buy a box. What else can you make with matzos besides the soup? I suppose I can treat them like crackers and eat them with cheese, or use them like breadcrumbs. Any other ideas?!
Delicious Recipes From Last Week’s Fiesta
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Of Goats and Greens says
Those Beet Rotis look awesome! Happy Spring!
Yes! I’m planning to make them this weekend since they’re saying it’s going to rain anyway. No more gardening ?
emma fraser says
Angie, your attention being diverted to outdoors at this time of the year resonates hugely!
Your soup looks perfect – so healthy and quick and fresh 🙂
All the recipes and images look wonderful – those Easter Biscuits are very cute, & the Soy nuts look a must when there’s a bit more cooking time! Ex
Thanks, Emma. The soy nuts look fabulous, and they’re so healthy! We do a lot of chickpeas, so soy nuts will be a welcome change.
Estelle Forrest says
Thank you so much for hosting this link-up. I hope you have an amazing weekend!
You’re welcome. You have a great weekend, too, Estelle!
Kate - Gluten Free Alchemist says
Your soups looks delicious and I am instantly drawn to the Beet Flatbreads. What a stunning colour.
Have a fabulous weekend. I hope the sun shines where you are xx
Thanks! You have a great weekend, too, Kate. I’ll have to run to the store to get beets so I can try the flatbread.
Helen at the Lazy Gastronome says
Thanks for hosting the party. Have a fabulous weekend.
You’re welcome! Have a great weekend!
Thanks so much for including the Cheesy Cherry Tomato Quiche in your features! 🙂 Hope you had a wonderful Easter!
You’re welcome! Can’t wait to make it with my homegrown tomatoes!
Dee | Grammy's Grid says
I’m just visiting links today, nothing to linkup. I have parties open if you’d like to drop by with some of your posts.
Thanks, Dee! I’ll definitely link up if I have new posts.
Thank you for hosting and giving us a great place to share our ideas and recipes. This week I brought CREAM SPRING SOUP, TOMATO SWEET POTATO BISQUE & JALAPENO GRILLED CHEESE CROUTONS and LEMON SHRIMP FETTUCCINE for spring. Have a great week.
Thanks, Tamy! Everything you make sounds fabulous!
Thank you so much for including the Easter Egg cookies in your features – I really appreciate it!!
I’m also distracted by the garden – everything is starting to pop and it’s time to get the compost dug in.
Thanks again for this link party!
You’re welcome. Such adorable cookies! Everything is starting to pop up, along with the weeds! Where did they come from?!
The soup looks fantastic, Angie! I wish I have a garden to visit, too. The plants and , we don’t get along.? I hope you are having a fab week! See you!♥️
Thanks, Jhuls! See you on Friday; just a friendly reminder you’re cohosting ?
Thanks for the Beet Roti feature, Angie…I thought I commented yesterday but it’s missing so trying again:) Spending back-breaking time in the garden and loving it. The seeds of Arugula and Perilla you sent me have taken hold. Sunflowers seeds are sowed and indoor seedlings are coming out. That soup looks delicious <3
It probably went to spam and accidentally deleted. It happens sometimes to my comments to other blogs, too. Great to hear the seeds have sprouted. I started late this year with the seeds, so I’m still waiting for most of them to come up, but I have enough plants in the ground to keep me busy!
Yes, I get the garden media. So many weeds and so little time. Let me know if you need a cohost in the next few weeks, I am available.
Hi Liz! Can you cohost next Friday, April 23? Please let me know, thanks!
Morsels of Life | CJ Huang says
I’m with you on gardening – pretty much all I want to do lately. Likely also the cause of my late commenting. Thanks for hosting us and featuring my Soy Nuts – they’re such a fun snack that’s full of crunch. 🙂 I brought by some Baked Corn Fritters this week. Hope you enjoy!