We went to a fair yesterday and the kids shared a bag of cotton candy on the ride home. Figured I’d share.
For a change, I decided to use the 10x macro lens this morning. I also used an “auto enhance” feature in my photo editing software. I told myself I’d just hit the “auto enhance” button and whatever the software decided, that’s what I would post. So here we go.
I was going to tell you what everything is…but I changed my mind. Any guesses?
These are pickling cucumber plants at the back of one of our raised beds. They were dazzling the other morning.
I almost feel like I should post this under an assumed name, what with all my perky, healthy, Look! We Grow Vegetables! posts lately.
It’s…I don’t even know what to call it, other than one of the yummiest breakfasts I’ve ever had.
It’s a fried egg on top of warmed goat milk mozzarella on top of arugula on top of a piece of leftover pizza dough that was fried in bacon fat.
Yes. Bacon fat.
And yes. It was that good.
Here’s how it happened…
I know. It’s a rather…sparsely populated image, isn’t it? Usually my two Kitchen Aid stand mixers hang out at that end of the counter, but during all the flood drama the other morning I’d moved off of that end of the counter so we could try to fix the fridge (that black thing in the left of the above picture).
I kind of like all this cleared-off space now, so I’m wondering if I should put at least one of the mixers in the pantry or somewhere. I usually only need both of them around cookie-baking-extravaganza time in November/December. Hmmm…
Oh, yes, and I’ve been making pickles.
Bill and I just took our morning perambulation around the gardens, and I brought my camera. Maybe it’s because of this morning’s earlier brief post, but I felt like taking pictures of any flowers currently in bloom, both on vegetable plants and on plain ol’ flowering plants.
I also took a few shots of other things…dew drops…assorted bug life (and death)…bird poop. But mostly flowers.
No more words now…just the pictures….
My sister gave us several sunflower seedlings a while back, and I think both my kids had brought home little sunflowers in plastic pots toward the end of the school year. Bill planted them all in various spots around the yard – mainly in places where they wouldn’t shade out the important stuff – theContinue reading “Sunflower”