Cold weather food

It’s the coldest day of the season so far, and there’s a cold north wind to boot. So I’ve got a pot of soup on the stove for tonight’s supper: stock from pheasant bones and warm spices, various veggies from the store cupboard, and apples (to balance the hotter spice with some sweet, and to thicken the broth).
While that cooks, I’ll continue to harvest tiny sweet orange tomatoes from the greenhouse, and sort through a box of the grapes I picked the other day. Maybe I’ll make more juice to freeze, or maybe jam. So many choices!
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Grapes in the greenhouse a few weeks ago

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I'm an American living in the UK, combining rural Mid-west ideas about food with a suburban coastal British reality. It's fun!

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4 comments on “Cold weather food
  1. Your Mom says:

    Love the greenhouse produce!! Beautiful grapes!

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  2. Gale Wright says:

    Do you have your own greenhouse?

    Liked by 1 person

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