Hold on! A speedy look back at the last few days.
Click on the blue links for the recipes.
I have 2 really good recipes to share with you. This was from www.Halfbakedharvest.com. Go there, you will love it.
Sunday supper was inspired by The Local Palate which I picked up at The Fresh Market— which, by the way, takes EBT cards in Augusta. I am thinking that maybe someone with an EBT card will pick up this mag, read it and go home with some healthy cooking ideas.
The Appalachian Buttermilk Baked Chicken almost melted in our mouths! Neisha is thinking Cornish hens for Christmas Supper Club using this EASY recipe.
Here is an article from the Augusta Chronicle-2000–on me, but mostly about herbs!
The herbs here are bronze fennel, chives, oregano and thyme. The house smelled delightful!
Meanwhile, I have not said anything about Mimi (my mother) in a while. She fell while we were in Asheville last week. Polly the caregiver reported that mama was fine, but just a bit spooked. Mama’s appetite never fails, so as long as that keeps up we are on a good path!
Mimi and I a few years back….
We have a spot on Facebook called Garden CSRA! for gathering and talking about gardening in the Central Savannah River Area. So whether you live here, want to live here or just love the Augusta area, ask to join the group. It’s not a garden club scrutiny, promise.
FlowerCamp14 is filling up! Happy people are registering early! I am so excited about this year’s workshop! We are going to get really artsy! Click on the blue link for more info on how to register!
Blessings for a joyful week.
Make it to the garden for a peaceful fill up.
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