Tree in front of the Studio after a second snow fall last Monday
Very unusual because I live below the snow line – Wednesday a new pack of snow. Friday new snow fell again.
Well, if this land of the USA needs to be cleansed in all kinds of ways – am excited to let that happen!
Discovered the comfort of brisket last year. Normally a winter dish, of a beef cut (center of shoulder) it can also be ordered in other seasons.
Love to put it in the crockpot with carrots, and eaten with cubed Reuben potatoes (topped with sauerkraut and Thousand Island dressing, roasted for half an hour in the oven, or on the grill.
One Word Sunday Photo: tasty
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You have snow, we have rain – something’s wrong. Nothing wrong with that brisket, though. That looks yummy,
I fell in love with brisket when we lived in Texas. Once we are in our new house, we will be reunited with Hubby’s smoker, and there will be smoked brisket in our future! Snow is falling steadily as I write this – at least three or four inches have already fallen this afternoon, on top of the two feet we already had!
Yeah, I heard that a couple of times now- where it supposed to snow, it’s raining! I don’t mind snow though – don’t have to go out every day, and the views are spectacular! If you want snow, hope it still will happen for you:)
We’re not big meat eaters, but brisket … any time!
Oh a smoker -that’s on my bucket list:)
Are you still in TX now it’s snowing, or in your new house?
Anyways, hope the snow doesn’t get too high.
The brisket looks interesting to try.
Have a nice, comfortable weekend, in spite of the snow!
I’m ok with the rain. And if the snow is going to fall where it shouldn’t, let it fall outside an artist’s studio.
They said snow as low as 4000ft yesterday so I’m looking forward to seeing snow on our highest peaks, and the mountains surrounding the valley. It’s been a couple of years or more since we’ve had snow that low. It’s not rare, but a seldom thing. We’ve been having rain for a couple of days. I hope we get more!
Your comfort food would be great for breakfast too on a chilly morning! It sounds and looks delicious.
Thank you Deborah!
Forgot -on what altitude is your new house? Wonder if it’s snowing there too.
This is when I love the wood stove, and totally understand now why every house on the mountains has it:) For the last 2 weeks we had enough snow here (on and off – at 3000 feet to shoot snowy pics:)
Am totally okay with a dump of snow at the studio – because I’m now painting in the living room:):)
It does snow there. My #1 Grandson’s other Grandparents live there and keep telling us how beautiful the mountains look right now. I’m hoping to get over soon to stay for a week-end and get some snowy landscape scenes photographed.
We have a wood insert and would love to burn wood, but it’s been banned here. 😦
Are you talking about your present or your new house and burning wood? Is it because of air pollution?
This is a lovely view —
Brisket can certainly be yummy — 😀
Thank you for sharing!
That dinner looks wonderful! Even here in a warm climate.
That certainly sounds tasty. Yummy!
The new house in NV gets snow. They tell me it’s not more than foot or so, but I imagine there have been bad years with tons of snow. It’s weather; it’s gonna do what it does from time to time.
Am glad you have that casual view about it:):) Altogether (if it wouldn’t have melted during the day) it was about 6 inches. It depends on what altitude your house is. (we are at 3000 feet).
A little over 4500ft.
Wow, that’s quite a bit higher! Are you below or above the snowline?
? When we finally move I will find out.☺