I wanted to share with you an idea I saw from Matthew Mead.
Using wooden spoons, you cut herbs such as chives,
thyme, basil, oregano, sage, or rosemary.
Form the herb bunch around the handle of the wooden spoons and secure it with twine.
Melt butter and stir in salt and pepper.
Dip the ends of the herb brush to baste as the food cooks.
Herb brushes add favor to any grilled item,
both vegetable and meat.
Great cooking idea for the grill.
We just bought a dehydrator and wanted to
make some dried tomatoes for a salad.
Great way to use vegetables from your garden.
Carly made some Louisiana Chicken for us.
She found a recipe from Cheesecake Factory.
It was delicious!
I also made some Creamy Artichoke Soup.
Giada De Laurentiis's recipe was the perfect choice.
Our pear trees are just starting to bear fruit for the first time.
~Chives in Bloom~
Always a good thing
to see bees in our garden.
I just love this photo of the sprinklers on.
Our hill seems to light up.
New flowers for the garden to plant.
A nice surprise next to the bee skep.
Played with some stamps and colored jute.
The white iceberg roses in our front yard are in full bloom.
Love seeing them from the living room window.
Sunday night sunset in San Diego.
Baked some madeleines for dessert.
~It was a wonderful weekend~