17 Responses to “getting here + asparagus ribbon salad with dried cherries”

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  1. Here’s hoping you settle in comfortably, just in time for the lazy days of summer. That market sounds fantastic and your beautiful salad is proof of its virtues.

  2. I can’t wait for Michigan asparagus and this salad looks like a lovely way to celebrate spring. Your new home sounds like a wonderful spot!

  3. Wow, it sounds like the new town is beautiful, and good on you for helping your kids experience varied kinds of living environments. Gorgeous pics of this spring salad, too.

  4. I feel like you are preparing me for what’s to come. I just stared at the boxes I loaded up into the truck and all I could think about is what kind of chaos ensued once I unloaded and have no idea where anything is. I’m also agree that a full fridge will help make it feel like home (I’ve already got plans for the Saturday after I get into my new home to head to the market!)

    However, the more nature aspect of it all sounds lovely! Plus this salad is perfect.

  5. Welcome to your new home! Living near such a beautiful river is going to be a wonderful thing, I bet. I hope you all settle in comfortably and enjoy getting to know the place.

  6. Congratulations on the move, Elizabeth! I’m glad you’re soaking up the fresh air in between organizing sessions. This salad looks so lovely and light, perfect for this time of year.

  7. Sandora

    Do you mean Montmerency cherries

  8. Janet

    Please add me to your e mail list.

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