This has been one of my major projects lately. And I won’t lie. It’s been backbreaking. The monkey grass is nearly impossible to divide and all those little trees you see? Many of them had root systems three feet long! It was a lot bigger project than I was counting on, but it looks so much better, even without being planted yet.
After digging up all of it by hand, I added around four inches of composted wood shavings/manure over shredded paper and a little kitchen compost.
The monkey grass looks a little raggedy here, but it will come back really fast and really full, like it always does.
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Glad Autumn has a lot of patience when it comes to her hair. It doesn’t take too much time, but lots of hairspray afterwards if I don’t want it to all blow away.
So…I gathered a few handfuls of fresh spinach, lettuce, and cilantro from the garden to go along with the quesadillas I was making for supper. There is something that just makes me happy about using fresh produce right from the garden! 🙂
I also made some salsa using a recipe from my friend Michelle. I LOVE this salsa–something about the cilantro and lime makes it taste so fresh and summery. Instead of the tomatoes, chiles, and jalepeno, I used a can of Rotel (I have a ton of it from a Kroger deal a while back). I also added extra garlic and onion, because we really like both of those. 🙂
1 14 oz. can whole tomatoes
1 4oz can whole green chiles – diced ok if whole not available
1 clove garlic
juice of ½ lime
1 handful cilantro
salt to taste
1 teaspoon finely chopped white onion
Toss all ingredients (except onion) in blender. Pulse to desired consistency, and then add finely chopped onion. Serve with favorite tortilla chips
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Here are the projects. Just find a procuct that is used on them in the SNS store.
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Pretty cool, because the convetion took place in the trade center on a little island in the harbor. After it was over on Saturday, we hopped on the ferry/water taxi and went over to River street. Had lunch and then stopped for a treat before heading home. Matt and Autumn had ice cream. I had a praline-yum!
The highlight of the whole trip for Autumn was throwing crusts of her sandwich to the pigeons and sparrows while waiting for the ferry back.
I had a ton of friendship bread starter that REALLY needed to be used. No desire to make a zillion loaves of bread, so I stuck one cup of starter in the freezer for future use, and mixed up bunches of waffles with the rest of the starter. There are several different recipes online, but this is what I did. All measurements are approximate, since I don’t measure much when I bake.
-2 cups friendship bread starter
-1 1/4 cups flour
-1/4 cup oil
-1 or 2 T sugar
-1 t salt
-1 1/2 t baking soda
-1 t vanilla
-1 t cinnamon
These make really light fluffy waffles. Each batch made 7 in my belgian waffle maker. I’ll freeze them for later use. These would be good with nuts added.