Nope, I'm not talking spinach, that's for another time, but I yam talkin' about yams. Tee he.
On Sunday morning, my favorite day of the week, we had a nice lazy start to the day, and made a nice brunch. It was raining outside, so we decided to have a quiet day in, to have a brunch and to play the rest of the day by ear. My sweet husband surprised me with a dozen long stem red roses, which arrived just before we sat down for brunch. The door bell rang, I answered and to my surprise there was a lady at the door with a gift for me, total surprise, no special reason. Okay what has he done, what's this about, my usual suspicious reaction kicks in. Nothing he says, nothing other than I love you, uh uh I say, still waiting for the other shoe to drop, thinking he bought something or some other silly thing. Nope nothing he says, other than he had the opportunity to purchase them through a fund raising event for the Rotary, smart man I married! He gets brownie points from me and a tax receipt to boot, no moss grows on that shiny dome that's for sure!! For whatever reason he made the purchase the sentiment was not lost, thanks again Sweetie. Oops, side tracked again. Yams not roses that is what I was going to talk about so lets get on with it.
I created a new dish or at least new to me, I've never seen a recipe for it but it sure tasted good and was as easy as pie. I will definitely be making it again.
The following information is found at www.Livestrong.com one of the sites I use for my nutrition information.
"I can't stans it, I can't stans it no more, I'm out the door."
Have a great day and remember to enjoy the little things in life, as you can see I do, if you don't believe me you try writing a blog around a play on words involving a tuber :) Be talking to you soon, bye for now. Take care of yourself.