We were spoiled the last few months here in Pennsylvania with milder-than-usual temperatures, but with a winter wind blowing outside the last two days, it was a perfect time to throw on a pot of beans, catch up with Breaking Bad on Netflix (surprisingly, I'm intrigued by such a dark series) and pull out the knitting.
On the stove, I finally got around to learning how to cook beans from scratch.
I ended up making Harirra, a Moroccan bean soup with a few varieties of beans (in my case, turtle beans, red beans, red lentils, cranberry beans and really pretty red and white anasazi beans).
HERE if you'd like to make it yourself.
Paired with a loaf of homemade oatmeal bread, it's delicious on a cold winter day. So what's on your stove? Or on your needles, if you're so inclined to be a knitter?