Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Summer Blessings!

Are you enjoying fresh goodies from the garden yet? Yum! Crisp juicy green beans are so delicious!
Can you believe how fast zucchini grows? It seems like it can grow inches per day. We had it in stir fry last night. Well and of course we had to eat one of them raw. Yes sirree, just munched it from top to bottom. It was a cool crisp summer blessing. What is your favorite way to cook or eat zucchini?

Happy gardening...AND weeding!
Love, Rachel


9 comments:

Kate said...

My garden is barely getting going. The flowers look fantastic but I don't expect any veggies for a few weeks. Living in New England makes for very unpredictable gardening.

blushing rose said...

Looks lovely. Our gardens are coming out of the 'funk' from too much rain ... looking forward to fresh produce. TTFN ~Marydon

Ronda said...

Girlfriend...YOU are the perfect combination of city and country! :) Garden zucchini sounds delicious right now...I prefer my "fried"!(Might have to make a quick run to my local produce store! LOL!)
Thanks for your sweet comment on my post! You are a dear...

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

I SO miss having a garden this year. Next year for sure! Thanks for sharing yours!
~smiles~
Mona

FrancisMoore said...

I have two tomato plants in pots which have produced about 6 ripe tomatoes. Yummy! I love zucchini bread. Great to put in the freezer and eat at a later date. Francis

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

We've had fresh tomatoes and green peppers. I also grow sweet basil and mint.

My favorite way with zucchini is zucchini bread!

Katherine

Donnie said...

Dear Rachel,
The garden plants are beautiful and fresh garden vegetables are so delicious.
Happy eating, Love you,
Donnie

TattingChic said...

Oh, lucky you! Fresh veggies from the garden! We had a garden when I was young growing up. I remember thinking "we're so poor that we have to grow our own food". I didn't realize it was a blessing to have homegrown food! :)

Perth jobs said...

Yes, I really enjoy eating fresh goodies from the garden. Actually this is what I am doing every morning. Happy gardening!!!