Yum!

The first of this season’s asparagus has arrived.

Grill or steam it until it is al dente then serve with Whitestone Windsor Blue

If you want to go to a little more effort, grate some of the cheese and roll it with the asparagus in thin sliced wholemeal bread – eat as is or toasted.

Add a glass of pinot noir, perhaps Rockburn (thanks to the recommendation of Rayinnz).

The sit back, relax and savour the taste of spring.

 

P.S. Cheese is protein and calcium, asparagus is a green vegetable, wine is nearly fruit – it’s healthy!

9 Responses to Yum!

  1. Inventory2 says:

    Just devoured some very tasty asparagus – fortunately, it is one of the veges on the “good vege” list for our weight loss – worth it though – 4.5kg shed in less than two weeks!

  2. stef says:

    Asparagus is one of those veges that defintely fits into the ‘would never touch as a child but love as an adult’ category.

    Mmm.

  3. Colin Lucas says:

    Hear hear, although some Jules Taylor Pinot Noir is on the menu.

  4. Truthseeker says:

    That clue cheese looks absolutely yummy….as do the asparagus. I’ll have to buy some tomorrow! 🙂

  5. Deborah says:

    I wondered how long it would be before you joined in the foodie blogging….

    It looks very, very yummy. Can I come to your place for dinner?

  6. mattcheese says:

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  7. homepaddock says:

    I2 – very impressive weight loss I hope you don’t follow my example and find it again.

    Deborah – You’d be very welcome for dinner.

  8. Inventory2 says:

    Cheers HP – I’m longing for roast pork, crackling, all the roast veges etc. But I’ll have to console myself with skinless chicken, asparagus and brocolli tonight. And I hate tea withoput sugar! All for a good cause though, and tomorrow is our weekly “free” day!

  9. […] it’s best with fresh asparagus , when that’s not available you can use […]

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