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Battening Down

October 11th, 2019 at 02:17 am

When I got home from the university this afternoon, I put on the remaining storm windows and looked up some new soup recipes. It must be fall, eh?

We have only a few weeks left of our CSA share. Right now we have loads and loads of potatoes, onion, leeks, and squash as well as celeriac, kohlrabi, and so much more. I think it'll be leek and potato soup tomorrow--maybe a load of roasted veggies over the weekend.

It's week six of the semester, so buried in grading and work. If the weather turns out to be as nasty as they're saying, it'll be a good weekend to stay in, grade papers, and make soup.

I visited the benefits fair at the university yesterday, got my free flu shot, and investigated other health and dental plans. I think we'll probably renew what we had this year. And tomorrow my wellness incentive forms are due. I can't access them until today's activities process, so it needs to be done tomorrow.

2 Responses to “Battening Down”

  1. ceejay74 Says:

    I find celeriac challenging but this recipe is one my partners and I agree is delicious! We use veggie bacon but I'm sure it's good with the real stuff too. Smile http:// www.eatingwell.com/recipe/252165/maple-bacon-roasted-apples-celeriac/

  2. My English Castle Says:

    Thanks, ceejay. My DD has a native French teacher who literally jumps for joy when we give her a celeriac, so one of them will go to her. Hope you escape too much bad weathr this weekend!

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