17.6.11

My Garden June 2011


Thank heaven I created a couple of draft postings.  I have no computer!  It is down and not sure if and when I will have it back!  These are some pictures of my garden.  The spring has not been great and everything is a little behind.

Also, I will be at the Farmer's Market tomorrow.  My two gluten-free desserts are individual chocolate pavlova meringues and an Ancho Chile Flourless Chocolate Cake.  I will have more of the multi-grain rustic bread, Cape Breton style oatcakes and more.  I will also be introducing some dips.  I will have a yogurt based feta dip, Lebanese muhamarra dip (roasted red peppers) and a chipotle lime dip (sour cream base).  They are all yummy.









11 comments:

  1. It is scary to think of life without a computer... everything is on it!!! Hope you can fix yours or at least retrieve everything!

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  2. I love watching gardens grow..Yours looks full of promise too! Some things out..some coming:)

    Bravo!Enjoy~

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  3. Guess looking at your garden you have had more rain than us. My chives and rhubarb are a disaster this year. Great photos. Hope the computer is soon back in working order!! Diane

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  4. Sorry about your computer!! Mine is acting funny, and I'm looking into getting another one before this one bites the dust. On a happier note, your garden is divine!

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  5. Gorgeous, gorgeous garden and gorgeous photos of it! Worthy of framing! Enjoy your bounty Sarah.....love the ruby red of your rhubarb! MMMMM!

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  6. Hooray ~ Farmer's Market Day!!! Your garden looks pretty ~ hopefully it is not getting too waterlogged with all this rain we are having! :(

    Happy Weekend!
    xo Catherine

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  7. Nice shots and your garden looks gorgeous! I would love to see the photos of your chocolate pavlova meringues! Hope your computer will be fixed soon!
    Cheers

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  8. The lilacs, pansies and lily of the valley are pretty. Your lettuce looks great, too. Have fun at the farmer's market!

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  9. How come your chive blossoms haven't opened yet? That is odd... or is this picture a couple of weeks old? I recognized every thing - but is that garlic? All of the photos are gorgeous!
    :)
    Valerie

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  10. So sorry about your computer!!
    Loving the looks of your rhubarb, Sarah...you know it's my favorite.
    Good luck with your new offerings at the market. I know you'll do well.

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