Hurray for Bank Holidays

Wild Garlic and Chicken Soup

To me this is the image that captures a wonderful bank holiday weekend in Yorkshire … in the morning stripped leftover garlic + thyme roasted chicken eaten the night before and made sandwiches for walking . Added water and carrots and onions chicken and juices brought to the boil and left in the pot. After walking all day returned to the smallest cottage in Settle throw some wild garlic and heat the soup through served in a bowl bought the day before at the local Ingleton Pottery . I had such a lovely holiday walking and walking and walking …It could sometimes be bleak in Yorkshire but always beautiful
Ingleborough Top

The return journey took us past the new Andy Goldsworthy exhibition at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park , I have been a fan for a very long time so it was a massive treat and though very busy definitely worth a visit.. and will be back to YSP again soon

Yorkshire Sculpture Park Pavement

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