The vast majority of what we eat, we prepare ourselves. It’s healthy; nutritious; tasty; the way to control ingredients; and a very important skill/art to engage in.
Dinner on the way. Clockwise from top: garlic; roast pork loin; potato; carrot; onion. Offstage and waiting to play their parts: salt and pepper; turkey stock; crushed tomatoes; Hatch green chilies; ground cumin.
It’s quite good.
I will return on Thursday.
I was on four points – elbows and knees – to get down to the eye level, so to speak, of these fungi. It was good to look at them from this perspective.
A late spring frost left hair on the car. Ephemeral, gone within the hour.
The heavy, wet, ‘sticky’ snow also was caught in the gate.
A wet, ‘sticky’ snowfall was caught and held by all it contacted. Our redbud tree became a work of art.
The glory of sunrise. The glory of a new day, a beginning. Everything is possible.
Normally this young tree is lost against a busy, busy background of trees, bush, fields. A very foggy morning gives it the opportunity to be the focus of attention.