I am sooooo looking forward to later this summer when I have fresh fruit and veggies readily available (why so limited in Scotland?)! I actually have planted 3 tomato plants. Hopefully all these blooms will produce lots of big tomatoes!
OK, the day started out normal.
Then hubby started mass producing spinach & mushroom calzones (Weight Watcher recipe). We are planning what we'll take with us on our upcoming trip and calzones freeze and reheat well. I found a butternut squash that I forgot I had and MIGHT actually do some cooking later today (or tomorrow). I made soup with the one before and still have some (soup) in the freezer so I might try a new recipe.
I decided today would be the day I'd cut a few leaves off my basil plant for my lunch sandwich. My "garden" is actually in the flower beds. Since Murphy & Stanley have the backyard it was my only alternative. Although I did plant some corn in the backyard but the odds of it living are not high.
What better to have with all those tomatoes?
And something else that would be delicious . . .
And finally (forgot to get pics of the basil plants) . . .
OK, so I picked a few basil leaves and was so excited to have them on my sandwich (it also had cheese and tasteless tomato on it) . . .
Yes, I completely ate it before I remembered to take the photo. But it was delicious! For Cpffee Break I succumbed to the lure of those peach scones.
We went back to Costco today cuz I decided I needed some bath towels. And guess what they were still sampling?
For supper er had the spinach & mushroom calzones. But I actually did make the butternut squash dish and I wanted to know if it was any good to had some of that too. It was very good. I substituted the 1/2 cup mayo with hummus and it was great.
That's a wrap.