Very scared cold guineas on their way home to our place
Yesterday it turned very cool in Nebraska. Our high for the day was in the low 50's and we turned on the furnace for the first time. I'm seeing a tinge of color in the trees and bushes - the sumac are turning red and there is some gold high up in some trees. I hope we have a colorful fall this year. Last year it was so windy & rainy that the leaves never really put on a show, they just blew off, soggy and brown.
|Hot soup ready to eat - it tastes as good as|
I picked quite a few potatoes yesterday afternoon and used some in homemade chicken noodle soup along with carrots, onions, garlic, and a little kale and Swiss chard---all from the garden. I added a slice of fresh ginger, some ground coriander, celery seed and a bay leaf along with salt & pepper for flavoring. Oh it was delicious! Soup is so comforting when it is cool. Looks like soup season is upon us.
Lunch for one today & the leftover soup is even