Monthly Archives: June 2012

Fishy, fishy, fishy, fishy

Any Monty Python fans out there? This is a luncheon size plate with red beans (sofrito of onions and peppers), polenta with a little Cheddar, stir fry veggies, and a small piece of home-breaded fish. Super yummy! Advertisements

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Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Abbott

Now, just exactly how do they manage to position themselves right in the spot where the fence rail conceals their faces? One of these guys is slightly bigger than the other, but I’m not clear if it is a male/female … Continue reading

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Whistling bottle

Whistling bottle

This bottle sits on the windowsill in the kitchen, and when the wind comes from that direction, there is the faintest sound produced by the bottle. When I took a picture of it, the sun’s rays produced more color than is seen by the naked eye.

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Dorrie Anne waits patiently

Dorrie Anne waits patiently

Dorrie Anne waits while we do last minute things.

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Orange

This is one use for the bottle lid. Today is waffle day, and the batter bakes up nicer if the egg and buttermilk are at room temperature.

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Luscious lunch

Split pea soup One of my husband’s favorite soups is split pea. So easy to make. Just cook split peas for about an hour. When they’re soft, make a sofrito of onion, celery, carrots, and whatever else appeals to you. … Continue reading

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Jackrabbit hopping away

Jackrabbit hopping away

Jackrabbit as he hops away, crossing paths with the cottontail heading for his afternoon libation.

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