This year we grew all of 3 zucchini’s. It is definitely becoming more of a challenge to grow vegetables in my garden. We do appreciate anything we do get…so hopefully everyone has not had their fill of zucchini and can take one more yummy dish.
Our neighbor gifted us with freshly caught shrimp – so delicious! [...]
This was one yummy dinner – easy too. I think it might even be “Paleo Friendly”…although, in all honesty I do not know too much about the Paleo diet.
UPDATE: Shirley From Gluten Free Easily kindly let me know…this is not a meal that fits with the Paleo diet because of the cheese in the Pesto. [...]
After all these years of having fresh herbs in the garden, I finally decided to dry fresh lemon balm and mint. I can not believe with a garden full of these lovely herbs I have not done this sooner!
Lemon Balm is said to have many healing qualities – you can read about lemon balm here.
Fresh organic Swiss Chard – simply delicious. Add a marinated Flank Steak on top – heaven. This was market bought Swiss Chard, as mine are still very small.
This has been a very strange summer. It was a very cool spring and a very late start to the summer. We even had one full day and [...]
Here is yet another fresh salad. During the spring and summer – we have salads of every kind almost every day. The Sugar Snap Peas will not be around much longer so we have been eating them in every salad we make.
Every once in a while I have a huge craving for shellfish. As my [...]
This is the second cauliflower from our garden! Who knew we could grow cauliflower in our ever challenging garden? Now I wish I had planted more – next year. As it turns out, DH is not all that crazy about cauliflower, but he did say it is much more sweeter and tastier than store bought. [...]
I just learned today that Anthony Sedlak suddenly passed away on July 6/2012. At the tender age of 29, Anthony was an up and coming talented Canadian Chef. He was the Food Network Star of the shows THE MAIN, AND FAMILY COOK OFF, to name just two of his many accomplishments.
Such a tragic loss, he [...]
This was such a refreshing delicious lemonade. I had gone to our local Nursery to buy my Basil Plants for the summer. The owner was in the process of cutting back a large Grapefruit Mint Plant, and gifted me with the cuttings. I had never heard of Grapefruit Mint before, have you?
The flavor of this [...]
My garden is exploding with Lambs quarter or as some call it: a weed, or poor man’s spinach. Whatever you like to call it is okay by me – I love this healthy green. Late May and June are the best months in my region to harvest young fresh Lambs Quarter Greens. Although having said [...]
Well – this year it will certainly be a different year in the garden. May and June so far have proven to be not the best we have ever seen, that is for sure. Looking at the garden I would say we are 5-6 weeks behind.
This lovely big bowl of salad greens is this years [...]