Sweet Potato Fries

Just a quickie to satisfy my NaBloPoMo entry for today.

And a quick glimpse of some of what we had for Sunday dinner. There were pulled pork sandwiches (Carolina style), coleslaw and, for the little one (or those who still wish to eat like little ones), tater tots.

Not the healthiest meal in the world, but it won’t kill us to indulge once in a while.

Emma & Co. are on their way home. I’m going outside to float around the pond in one of the boats, and enjoy this beautiful weather we’ve suddenly been blessed with (after a weekend filled with heavy rains).

Today’s view of the pond:

It doesn’t get much better than this.

8)


7 Comments on “Sweet Potato Fries”

  1. I’ll be on the next flight out – I wanna float on that pond!!!

  2. Robin says:

    Come on out, TPG. 🙂

    It won’t be nearly as beautiful as Torrey Pines, but northeastern Ohio has a certain charm to it.

  3. Marcia says:

    I had never eaten sweet potato fries until about 6 months ago and now they’re one of my favorite foods.

    Marcia

  4. Marcia says:

    PS to Christina’s comment……just don’t go in February 🙂

  5. Robin says:

    LOL, Marcia! You’re right. Christina doesn’t want to be here in February. There would be no floating on the pond then.

    But she could go ice skating. 🙂

  6. Sock Girl says:

    It is so very lovely and so peaceful. I’m sure you never tire of a view like that!

  7. English Nutter says:

    I want to know what pulled pork is.
    (Actually, that would be a very rude thing to say here!!)


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