I am ok with winter in November, December, January and even February. It's supposed to be cold and snowy, and I don't mind staying in and making big pots of stew.
But when March rolls around, it's time to be planning the garden, ordering the seeds I forgot back in January, making sure we have all of the seed starting supplies that we'll need, and checking to see if the daffodils have begun to peek out.
This has been a mild winter here in Upstate NY - warmer than usual and probably not even 2 feet of snow in total. Somehow, that just makes my spring fever even worse. I feel teased I guess, and I am ready for the real thing.
What does that have to do with this sandwich, you may ask? Everything!
My favorite sandwich is definitely a BLT. If I find myself in a somewhat chancy-looking place for lunch, I always go for the BLT, because it's hard to mess that up, and even a less than stellar one still has bacon on it, right?
So, I was thinking about how long it will be until I can make one with fresh tomatoes and lettuce from the garden, when I thought that I didn't have to wait until Ju...