Hey, everybody! The Fresh Pioneer is back and spring has finally, truly sprung here. We've had a few 75F days and we're all loving the sunshine! The tulips and iris are out, which makes the yard look so much prettier than just a big patch of grass!
We have lots of different tulips but I love these monster red variety. They're about five inches wide and frilled at the edges. My husband planted a hundred down one side of the property and a hundred down the other. With the hundreds of daffodils and hyacinth, it's like walking into a bouquet.
After the chicken is cooked, add one cup whole milk, 1/4 cup shredded parmesan and heat thoroughly to make a creamy white sauce. I added pepper and salt to taste. .
Boil the bow tie pasta according the box directions and mix together. I added a little bit of chopped tomato for zing, and then squeezed a little lemon over the whole thing, including the asparagus.
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