Time to Prepare For Spring

Keryy Dunnington

Time To Prepare for Spring

 

The end of winter winds. March seem to be nudging Mother Nature from its long winter nap and saying, Wake up!, Wake up!,  It’s time to prepare for spring. For me, March often feels like the longest month of the year. Mostly because I’m eager for springtime, but unpredictable cold temperatures seem to elongate this month. So while those winds keep whipping the landscape and shaking nature from its slumber, I’ll be whipping together some of my favorite seasonal soups.                                                      

  The first time I served Gingered Parsnip and Coconut Soup it was to a group of neighbors who used to get together every six months or so. Ooh’s and Ah’s filled the room and I knew immediately that this creation of mine was a definite winner. It has become one of my most requested soups and the favorite of my neighbors (who now get together on a monthly basis!). 

  And to celebrate the coming of spring, I can’t think of a vegetable that defines spring more than asparagus. And besides, asparagus is considered to be one of the most nutritionally well-balanced vegetables in existence, and when it’s in season, it’s high on my must-have list!  So here are my recipes for Gingered Parsnip and Coconut Soup and Asparagus Soup.



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