This recipe is heavy on banana and lighter on sugar.
I didn’t notice how my reflection was getting lost as I progressed through the rooms. It was only later, when I looked closely at the photos, that I noticed it.
The tri-color dappled willow bushes (Salix integra ‘Hakuro-nishiki’) had a burst of growth, from 2 feet at the start of the season, to over 8 feet today.
Chilling is essential to getting the proper texture, so don’t skip that step.
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Cherry and Roma tomatoes are doing well, but the heirloom tomato plants succumbed to some sort of rot, and the fruits are mealy and terrible. Maybe there is a reason for hybrids.
My over-zealous addition of fertilizer had cause this disappointment. The plants put all of their energy into growing, not reproducing. Fertilizing lesson learned.
I’ve used this on ice cream, in coffee, as a fresh apple dip, and even in an apple pie filling, with walnuts, to make a super delicious dessert.
Less fat, meatless, and gluten-free. Amazing!
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The party honored our newly married nephew and his wife. The garden and its cool shade provided a serene setting for the happy occasion.
When you are looking for a particular fruit dessert recipe, what’s in a name becomes important.
There’s more than I thought growing on around here.
I just noticed that the color theme here is red and white. In fact, those are the colors of the wild and cultivated flowers that are in bloom.
I remember watching a friend as she pulled faded petals off her flowers and told me that the plants would be more likely to re-bloom because she did this.
When I started gardening, I did the same.
My petunias still looked awful by the end of July.
“Pesto” can refer to various sauces made by crushing or pounding.