Wyatt Moon

Wyatt Moon

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Sweet Peas and Pesto

Do you want to see what's happening in my garden today?
Here is a new crop of Radishes, that we just planted. There are some Sugar Snap Peas, we just planted on each side...good to plan ahead for fall crops!
Our first Tomato is getting ripe!  It's a little Cherry Tomato, my favorite!
We threw some Sweet Pea Seeds into the strawberry patch ages ago.
They are just blooming now and it is almost August. Just goes to show, how mild our summer has been.
There is silly Stanzie, laying in mom's sand pile.
We are going to the beach pretty soon and Stanzie is getting in the mood!
Tonight we are having Pesto, because we have lots of Basil and Garlic.
Mom and Dad love Pesto on everything...Crusty bread, Pasta and Pizza Dough.
And it is so easy....2 cups of basil, 3 garlic cloves, 1/2 cup of pine nuts in the food processor til mushed up, then add 1/2 cup shredded parmesan and 1/4 cup shredded romano cheese, mush up some more in the processor, then add 1/3 cup of olive oil.
Thanks Frankie Furter and Rocky Creek Scotty Dogs for your recipes.
We'll be trying them out this week!
Happy Digging!

Wyatt

29 comments:

  1. you are doing a great job in the garden Mom said you made her hungry
    Benny & Lily

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  2. you are a very good gardner. do you ever steal things and munch on them?

    Don't forget, we are now at dogisgodinreverse.com

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  3. Yum - pesto! Wow, cool pictures and a recipe, thanks!! I love the picture of you amongst the nasturtiums!

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  4. Wyatt,

    Your garden is so nice...my mom can't grow a thing. :(

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie MAe

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  5. Pesto is a favorite, here, too. One good thing about dirtville....in season, we can buy pine nuts for next to nothing!

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  6. My mom LOVES Pesto.. butt she can NEVER EVER find pine nuts in any store around here. She would be all green with jellyness if she knew you can make your own pesto.
    Your garden is just beautiful.
    We picked a 5 gallon bucket of green peppers today. In the stores they are 3 @ $5.00 I kid you not! We also picked 2 heads of cabbage (don't you just love that core thingy?).

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  7. hi wyatt~! what a lovely garden~!! :D
    thannk you for the recipe~! :)

    xo,
    luna

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  8. Wow great post Wyatt!!! We can't believe you grow foodables at your house. They sure do look yummers! Momma has a garden but no foodables come out of it, just flowers! Maybe we can get her to plant a kibble tree! That pesto stuff sounds yummy!

    Lots of slobber,
    Droopy and Callie

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  9. We're on the tomato watch in our garden here, too! We certainly can't say that we've had a mild summer here, though! Consider yourself very lucky!

    Bunny

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  10. Hmmmm,always wondered what was in pesto - that makes it sound even tastier now.

    Hope you get lots of ripe tomatoes - yummers.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  11. I am not so sure but my grandma said... "Yummy pesto"
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  12. I LOVE pesto. We made some last week with our basil! We also had our first two red tomatoes tonight - yea!!!!

    Do you want recipes based on items from your garden or are other recipes OK?

    Your pal, Pip

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  13. Sweet peas and frozen peas!

    YUM!

    Nothing beats the smell of fresh basil!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  14. Your pesto recipe sounds so good..and easy. Our basil is growing out of control, but our flowers aren't doing so well. I wonder what we're doing wrong.

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  15. Your garden looks great, Wyatt.:) We love pesto here too.:)

    Love,
    Teddy Bear

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  16. I love the second picture of Wyatt - he looks like a big teddy bear supervising the garden!

    Kira

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  17. Wow, your garden looks tasty! Love the sweet peas, we are waiting for ours to bloom still!
    Thanks for the recipe!

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  18. Our pinkies like pesto too Wyatt. Thanks for the recipe.

    Noah
    ps D says your tomatoes look lovely

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  19. We love pesto here too! yummmmmmmmm
    How smart your mom was to toss sweet pea seeds into her strawberry patch! They're such beautiful flowers!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

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  20. You sure have green paws, and you are so good at not standing on them radishes, I'd be picking them out and eating um.
    That's one hell of a big sand pit you got, you go for it Stanzie,
    Mom has promised she will get me my own recipe book so I can put all of my bloggie pals recipes in.
    See Yea George xxx

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  21. Our peeps love pesto too!!

    XOXO
    Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Ruairi

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  22. Woof! Woof! Thanks Wyatt. As always garden looking great. My family LOVE Pesto too ... we got lots of Basil n they add cook artichoke hearts on their pesto. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  23. We love pesto here too! Your garden looks great and yummy!

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  24. Beautiful, beautiful photos. I wish my Mom had a green thumb. She loves pesto too! Delicious...

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  25. What a beautiful garden and so much produce - to make Pesto - yumzers! Thanks for the recipes - can't believe those sweet peas at this time of year! Amazing! Hope you had a great day at the beach!
    Hugs xoxoxo
    Sammie and the crew here!

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  26. Hi Wyatt,
    my mom bought a Nikon D60 used on Ebay. She got it a little while after she got me because she said her little camera did not work very well with an active puppy. She likes it very much but says she still has a lot to learn.

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  27. Oh, I love radish! Then I must always sneeze. But they well taste. Pesto I also may.
    Lots of love
    Mischka

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  28. Yummy! I'll try that recipe right away!

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  29. Your garden is BEAUTIFUL, Wyatt! Thanks for the pawsome pesto recipe. :)

    Have a great weekend!

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