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Monday, September 3, 2012

Gourmet Green

This week’s photo challenge was “green”.  Hmmmm… what did I want to do with this one?
 
 
I pondered “green” as I munched on my lunch of an absolutely ripe and juicy honeydew melon.    What to shoot… what to shoot…??
 
 
All afternoon I thought on it.  Still couldn’t come up with anything, so I just picked some basil from my garden for some Caprese salads for supper.
 
 
Might as well grab some peppers for stuffing…
 
 
… and some tomatoes for frying.
 
 
Glad my tarragon survived the summer heat!  I had to cut some a couple nights ago when I discovered I was out of dried.
 
 
 
 
 
Parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme.   LOL  Didn’t realize as I was planting that I have a musical garden!
 
 
I’ve never grown garlic before, so I don’t know if mine is looking good or not…
 
 
… but my asparagus is doing great!  I have all sorts new shoots coming up even tho it is September.  So hard to not pick it!!
 
Well, I guess I’d better stop worrying about what green thing I can make photos of and get back inside to start supper. 
 
Maybe I’ll think of something after supper...
 
 
 
 

6 comments:

  1. Wow! Lots of nice green things growing in your garden! Looks good :)

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  2. What an amazing feast of green! Your garden looks wonderful.

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  3. Looks like you had no problem finding green. Your garden looks great!

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  4. Very cute and very creative and very wonderful 'green' captures! I love this post!!

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