Why do I like gardening, you ask?
Mom would say, for the pretty flowers and the quality time, spent outdoors.
I say, it's for the FOOD!
Here is what we do, when we have too much Rosemary.
Skewer some chicken and sausage, on those rosemary branches and fire up the barbecue!
Our neighbors, Arnie and Sandy, gave us these lovely melons they grew.
They are really special , because melons usually don't grow well in our area.
These are a variety called 'Minnesota Midget'
So we made a fruit salad, with our neighbor's melons and our fall strawberries and plums.
Oh Yeah....now that is what I'm talking about!
Stop!!!! I'm starving! :)ReplyDelete
Oh to have too much rosemary!ReplyDelete
After all, we all know love goes where your rosemary grows ;-)
aw now look what youve gone and made us we do, weve just drooled all over b's keyboard arf arfReplyDelete
I am with Jack! Now... how can I stop the drooling... mine and moms!ReplyDelete
Kisses and hugs
Wyatt I am so jealous! Your Mom not only knows how to grow food, she knows how to cook it too! Wow! You are really lucky :)ReplyDelete
Oh, I'm going to get in trouble for drooling all over the keyboard! I'll be dreaming about that food all night!ReplyDelete
OMG that fruit salad looks sooooo good!!!!ReplyDelete
~The Mama Monster
What a yummy dinner!ReplyDelete
The only thing I can think of to say is YUMMMMMMM! :)ReplyDelete
What a great idea to use rosemary sticks for skewers! Mom says she'd like to do that for dinner tonight but I kind of destroyed her rosemary bush :( Oops.
Waggin at ya,
Yummy stuff deres! You is so lucky to have a mom dat knows how to garden AND cook.....my can't do either. ;)
WOofs and Licks,
I always get so hungry after reading your posts:)ReplyDelete
Great idea with the Rosemary:)
You neglected to mention what time you planned on serving....ReplyDelete
Yum, yum, YUM! Oh, gosh, that food looks SO Most Delicious! I wanted to lick the screen but mom wouldn't let me. Isn't that unreasonable of her?ReplyDelete
Wiggles & Wags,
PeeS. Oh, yes. It's very much okay to root for the Seahawks, too. Go, Seahawks!
What time is dindin, Wyatt? Can we please come casually dressed?!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch
OMD, what a novel and delicious way to use that excess rosemary!!! We are all on our way for dinner - no matter WHAT you are serving.ReplyDelete
Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
Oh dog, those plates look soooo gooooood! Wish you lived next door to me!ReplyDelete
That looks like a darn good dinner. Who ever thought of skewers of Rosemary? Awesome idea Wyatt!ReplyDelete
I love your rosemary idea. Each time I read your blog I wish we were able to have a real garden, rather than just a mini-herb garden on our back deck. Your food looks delicious!ReplyDelete
That looks like an amazing meal!ReplyDelete
Oh Wyatt..you always have such daleicius things on your bloggie!ReplyDelete
Our Basil is still alive and our mint! LOL
Have agreat weekend
Big Nose POkes
Yummy! And do you help your Mom eat all those things growing in your garden? I do.....ReplyDelete
Yes yes yes I agree Wyatt!!! Home grown is the best there is!! If you can't grow it your self go to the farmers market!!! We love melons and can't grow them here either and we have had ONE from the farmers market this year only!! It wasn't a good year around here for melons!ReplyDelete
Thanks for your birthday wishes to Bambi. She had a wonderful day yesterday lots of everything!!!
XXOO Bambi & Fern
We're drooling over here!ReplyDelete
The Road Dogs
Yup I say do it for the food!ReplyDelete