Wednesday, May 25, 2016

It's Whats For Supper


This was my first attempt, so, I'm not sure if this is how it was supposed to look or not. Kinda looks like a refugee from a tootsie roll factory, doesn't it. Anyway, above is a snap of what we had for dessert last night, after the cooked mouth-watering yellow squash, zucchini, and green beans with basil from the garden. The bread was also very yummy. (Thank you Simply Linda for the idea!) The recipe is from the Pioneer Woman's website (Ree's recipes are the best) and it is super easy to make.

We're off to a far off land dubbed by Indians the Okefenokee Swamp to do a little bird watching before the weather turns too miserable to enjoy.

I do apologize for not responding more to y'alls comments. My laptop is in the shop making computer access a bit difficult. Hopefully, this will be rectified by week's end.

'Til then, have a blessed day folks.

5 comments:

Mildred said...

The bread sounds/looks delicious. You always make me hungry!!!
Have a fun, safe trip.

Simply Linda said...

Oh man, I forgot to send you the recipe...I meant too, glad you found a recipe, smiles.

Have a safe trip...and no thanks on the swamp, LOLOLOL.

Linda Eller said...

So good to be reconnected and to hear what is going on in your world. Enjoy the trip and let me hear from you, when you can.

Z said...

I watch Ree once in a while...good to know from you that her recipes are good ones to make...sometimes there's a disconnect and they look better on TV. Thanks! I LOVE zucchini bread...so moist...throwing chocolate into it can ONLY make it better ;-)

DaBlade said...

Ship it north! My wife loves that Pioneer Woman but gets mad when I call her "smiley" for obvious reasons. I wish I could be that happy all the time... Has to be the food :)