Spring, it’s your time. Do your thing.
You see, it’s been cold around here. I mean, it snowed. In South Carolina. Where it does not snow.
So, I am all giddy and ready for spring to make her appearance.
Beau on the other hand is wearing gloves and beanies and sweaters like cold weather is his best friend. And clearly, I am his best friend 🙂
But really, I am actually wearing all those things too but it is because Florida changed my blood and anything below 50 degrees calls for some mittens. And two pairs of socks. And leg warmers. And can someone please invent something for just the tip of my nose?
Anyway when it did snow a few weeks ago Beau went out and ran 5 miles. He ran 5 miles. In the blizzard. Because of course, why not?!
I, on the other hand, “found” a bottle of champagne and put it in the snow to chill. Which is really what snow is good for. Chilling.
I give you exhibit B:
As you can see, little bear was all for this.
It was my own personal celebration of, “Yay! It is snowing. Lets celebrate being able to stay indoors and cuddle.” Of course, Beau was not to be found.
Because, as we have covered, he was outside running.
But this past weekend we both decided to grill. Because, seriously spring. Come on!
During the grilling, a sweet potato bun happened.
Yes. It. Did. I posted it on Instagram. And some of you asked for it! And I love when you ask for recipes!! So here it is.
Sweet Potato Bun for the Best Hamburger Recipe
So you see, it starts with sweet potatoes 🙂
Try to find a really fat (read: wide) sweet potato because it will be the “bun” for your hamburger. And for the hamburger, you know we have recipe for that too? The best burger recipe.
Peel the sweet potato. Cut as many rounds as needed (2 rounds per person). I toss it in some olive oil, salt and pepper and a bit of dried dill!
If you cook your burger on the stove top you can use the same pan to cook your sweet potato rounds. Just remove some of the fat after the burgers are done and then you can add the sweet potatoes right to the pan.
These cook quickly! About 3 to 4 minutes on each side.
Sweet potato bun goodness.
While those cook I prep my burger toppings.
See how much spring is on that board! Come here, spring!!
Then we assemble. And serve.
She wanted a close-up. This is her debut after all.
You know Beau, he picked that thing up with two hands and ate it all just like that. I, on the other hand, could not get my mouth around all of it so I had to resort to a fork.
Either way, delicious.
How do you call out to spring?