Working Lunch

Working away I found it was 3:30 PM and I hadn’t eaten anything. I whisked out the tomatoes, cucumbers, garlic, rosemary, olive oil, salt & pepper, corn on the cob, mushrooms, onions and plenty of butter. We sat down to eat a fresh from the garden meal and it only took twenty minutes.

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3 responses to “Working Lunch

  • Melody J Haislip

    Why does your food always look so delicious? Are you some kind of kitchen witch? Yes, the Kitchen Witch of the East! I like it.

  • Theresa111

    And … I don’t have Ruby Slippers either. I just care about what I eat and how it’s going to taste. Thanks Melody! 🙂

  • Frank Brinkman

    I remember those days of being so engrossed in what I was doing time flew by like you. I love the idea of fresh garden ingredients. I am a slight fan of rosemary. I got too much of it in a recipe recently… yuch. I use basil and sesame seeds to replace it. My daughter has a garden with 3 kinds of basil. Every once in a while I get a delivery. chuckle chuckle.

    Yum

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