I have had a bit of inspiration for a yummy breakfast dish, and on Sunday I finally had all the pieces together, so I made it. It consisted of a piece of warmed ham, sautéed spinach, and a poached egg, then
drizzled drenched with some hollandaise sauce. It was yummy! I might have to make one tomorrow for breakfast. We’ll see how much time I have…
Here is a link to the hollandaise sauce recipe I used. I think I halved it. This recipe is great, as it is made in a blender, and is so quick to throw together! Just what we all need – hollandaise sauce at the touch of a few buttons!
Now for the photos! (Yes, I *actually* remembered to take a picture of my food before I ate it all! I could have a serious gallery of empty plate photos if I took one each time I didn’t remember to take a picture before my food was gone.)
LOTS of hollandaise sauce!
The lovely colors
I took some photos on my walks today. I took my two youngest siblings on a walk first (on this walk I took my camera with my macro lens.) Then I went up to the pasture-behind-the-pond by myself, bringing normal lens. I also brought my hymnal and psalter. Yesterday I discovered that the pasture-behind-the-pond is an ideal spot to sing. It is so open and peaceful, it is a joy to lift up one’s voice there. You can hear it echo just a little, and you are secluded enough that you can sing at the top of your lungs and not be worried about anyone being too near.
I am hoping to start taking walks every day. I will try not to post too many photos of my walks here, but if it snows, you know there will have to be lots of photos! (I LOVE snow.)
So first, the photos of my walk with Meiling and Noah.
My favorite trees are the out-of-focus blob in the background 🙂
Who knew weeds could be so much fun?
An old grave – I am not sure, as the stone is very worn, but I think it said 1836.
Now the photos I took on my walk.
A girl needs her chocolate, right?
In my science book I was reading about astronomy, namely, the Milky Way galaxy. Now every time I read “Milky Way,” you know what I though of? Milky way candy bars, of course! (Why do I seem to have this special ability to wrap food into anything?!?) So, since my success with the Twix bars, I decided it would be fun to try to make Milky Way candy bars! I am hoping to make them tomorrow. Be sure to come back tomorrow evening – if I do make them, I will be sure to post pictures! Oh, and they will be grain-free, made with coconut sugar, and all that good stuff. 🙂 It should be SO FUN! (I am really excited, if you can’t tell! :))
Looking forward to some Milky Way bars,
P.S. Thank you for reading. 🙂