Sunday Suppers: When Does Spring Arrive?

We’re ready to plant, to start counting down the days until the farmers market is open, to actually be pleased with the way produce in the store looks, for those first leaves of arugula to pop up in the garden. For now we’ll just close our eyes and dream of the day the crawfish truck returns to the vacant parking lot near Kroger.

Scallops with Arugula and grapefruit

Make sure to get a bite of fish, grapefruit and arugula all together

Make sure to get a bite of fish, grapefruit and arugula all together

Crawfish Mac-n-Cheese

If you even think it then there needs to be more cheese

If you even think it then there needs to be more cheese

Strawberry Cobbler

It is a little slice of heaven. Sinful heaven

It is a little slice of heaven. Sinful heaven

 

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About Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide

This blog attempts to collect some of the things I try to create with food and booze. Sometimes I succeed and sometimes I fail. My hope is to entertain and maybe help people think a little harder about what they decide to eat and drink.
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4 Responses to Sunday Suppers: When Does Spring Arrive?

  1. Karie Engels says:

    spring is here in the northwest..this winter is the best spring we have had!! January…we were in the 60’s. Now that’s weird!! Loving the scallops recipe ~ we are definitely going to give this a whirl.

  2. nancyc says:

    Everything you’ve posted here looks so good. I’m very ready for spring, too!

  3. So ready for spring! And summer with cobbler 😋

  4. Great round up of delicious dishes!!!

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