Dare I say, there are so many food celebrations going on in the month of March, my tummy thinks its October!!! Okay, I won't say it; you know what I mean:) Where oh where to begin?
First let me say how much I missed you all:) Lots! However, I sure did get a lot done while on my Junket. Remember those seeds I was going to plant? Well, let's just say, there will be peas! I was going to take a picture of them for you but hey, they aren't growing yet and who wants to look at a bunch of tiny pots filled with dirt anyway? Now, if I had been more creative, I would have made these Paper Pot Seed Cups as found on Pinterest. I think they are the coolest, coziest little darlins' ever! Don't you? And thrifty too!
March Food CelebrationsI have noted the monthly celebrations for March (and most of the other months) many times on this blog. If you want to see a list from a previous post, I'll leave you a link in the resource section. Today, I am just going to highlight a few of the more popular ones. (and a couple of my favorites too:)
"The purpose of Bake and Take Month is to encourage participants to bake a product made from wheat and take it to a neighbor, friend or relative..."Participants who share their stories of the Bake and Take experience with the Kansas Wheat Commission by April 15, will be entered into a drawing for a "book bundle" prize including the Home Baking Association’s popular Baking with Friends cookbook by Kansas authors Charlene Patton and Sharon Davis. The prize will also include Kansas Gold, a 50-year history of the Kansas Wheat Commission complete with historical recipes and a $100 King Arthur Flour gift card donated by the Kansas Wheat Commission.Sounds mighty neighborly to me! And, if there's a cookbook involved and historical recipes, I may just need to look into it!