Sunday

Five minute meal.
Spring felt like it was officially here this weekend. 
We spent the day walking the farmers market while having our kitchen knives sharpened (!),
eating Washington oysters with horseradish and drinking beer in the sun at Walrus and Carpenter...
Pretty amazing day to say the least.
By the time we got home I didn't feel like picking up a knife (sadly, haha!) 
and settled on heating up some chicken broth I made a few nights ago and throwing in some fresh peas and butter lettuce.
Squeeze of a lemon, cracked black pepper, some shaved parm
and voil√°...
a perfectly light, easy, and fast springtime meal!



12 comments:

Greg said...

I don't remember how I found your blog, but I really enjoy it. Whenever I see an arh post in my Google Reader feed, it's the first one I click on. Thank you!

ashley said...

thanks so much greg... got to get hip to google reader!

molly said...

it totally was spring this weekend!
i love the walrus and the carpenter. we went twice the other week!

SASHA said...

this looks soooooooo good.

metrode said...

sounds like you made the most of a beautiful saturday :)

Eve Cege said...

so yum! i like so much peas.

thedarlingroom@gmail.com said...

will you do a post about your grocery shopping habits and what you regularly stock your pantry/fridge with soon? I love all of your quick, healthy recipes, but I am clueless and overwhelmed at the grocery store/farmer's market every time. I eventually just settle for familiar (and less healthy) foods for the most part. Thank you! LOVE your blog

katia - facebook said...

everything expresses this image without words

studio meez said...

Sounds like a great Sunday! I wish spring would show up here, it is still so cold.

Amanda said...

I agree with thedarlingroom! I always want to cook healthily but don't really know what the most basic ingredients are that I can use for many recipes (roast chicken, chicken broth, soups, salad basics). Thanks!!

Minnie said...

Did you get your grill

another feather said...

this sounds so good! can't wait to try this for a simple easy meal!