Monday, October 20, 2008

soup season

Tonight we enjoyed butternut squash and apple soup, Saturday we had homemade flat noodle and chicken soup followed by sweet potato chili.
If you were at 24 hrs of Moab and tasted my moms vegetable chicken noodle you know that I grew up with fine soups. Rosie is the first to admit she is no gourmet cook but she has a knack for soup and loves to mix it up.

Enjoy soup season and let me know your personal favorite, maybe I can put in a request for next weeks soup.

Oh yea it's also cross season and if you think racing in cold rain is somehow more fun than the weather we enjoyed last Saturday then you are obviously not being honest with yourself.

pic by newbie
Warm cross and warm soup, can't beat that!

9 Comments:

Blogger 29er said...

That is an awesome picture! How do you do that?

8:56 PM

 
Blogger drrna said...

You're right on about the weather. 'cross is about dealing with bad weather, not necessarily liking it. Minimal bike cleaning, no clothing dilemma, no hypothermia. I'm all about that.

I thought the picture from the other side was way more impressive, not that this one was unimpressive. Where is the video?

9:24 PM

 
Anonymous gregclimbs said...

and that is why the number plate says "1"

g

10:14 PM

 
OpenID turbocycling said...

Agreed. I can understand people saying they ride well relative to others in crap weather, but to say you prefer it is hard to buy into.

7:59 AM

 
Blogger neil said...

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot! This first-timer was too scared to roll over the single! Here are some pics from the B race, wish I stuck around for the As.

11:37 AM

 
Blogger Gary said...

Don’t leave out the lentil

6:20 AM

 
Blogger chris and hollie mcgovern said...

bart! I have got to send you Hollies recipe for roasted corn chowder. so spicy, so good. Its soup season!

oh, mad hops there

3:34 PM

 
Blogger OilcanRacer said...

hey bob do you still have your cleats set back behind the ball of your foot? wondering how that is working for you. i am thinking about the same thing.

get back to me here.
oilcanracer@gmail.com

11:51 PM

 
Blogger Bart G said...

No cleat position is back to normal, just did not work with the acceleration and high tourque required for MTB and cross

7:14 PM

 

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