July 9, 2012
i’ve been holding out on you guys
not because i don’t love you but i guess because this isn’t really a cooking blog
if anything it’s a drinking blog (haha j/k)
anyway, we always get a lot of sweet potatoes from our organic food coop (annie’s) and we didn’t know what to do with all of them (and could never manage to eat all of them) until Will found
Will follows the recipe however uses dark brown sugar, adds cinnamon and more butter (of course)
these sweet potato buiscuits are delicious!!!!
seriously, neighbors come from all over to eat these things
so, thank you Will and thank you Martha Stewart
and… you are welcome!
March 17, 2012
it’s obvious we cannot keep up with all the sweet potatoes we get from the organic food co-op
also, after i took pictures of this sweet potato and saw all the life that was growing out of it, i was not able to skin it and cut it up for lunch
so it’s still here
July 9, 2010
Eating al fresco is Lily’s favorite way to eat.
She loves it when we eat out. She just sits there on the high chair looking at everyone as they walk by.
When we are at home, eating on the balcony is where Lily prefers to eat.
That way she can watch the birds, the cars, the neighbors go by. (she’s very nosy!)
It’s been too hot to be on the balcony however, yesterday in the late afternoon, it was just perfect for Lily to have her dinner out there.
And as she ate her star shaped pasta mixed with beets, carrots and sweet potato, I couldn’t help but snap some photos of her.
Here is Lily, my nosy little beet face. 🙂
March 13, 2010
The rice cereal has been such a success with Lily, we decided to add bananas and sweet potatoes to her menu.
Yesterday and today for breakfast Lily had mashed bananas in her rice cereal. I mix 1oz of breast milk with the rice cereal and then add in 1/4 of a banana and mash it all up together.
She loves it! She ate the whole entire thing.
When Lily and I went to Publix after the playground yesterday, we bought some sweet potatoes, I’m a big fan of baked sweet potatoes.
So when it was Lily’s lunch time, I mashed 1/4 of a baked sweet potato with some breast milk and that too was a big success.
It was so exciting seeing the excitment on her face while tasting something new.
Now if only we could hear those giggles again….
Here is a picture of her sweet potatoes serving and a happy Lily eating them.