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Picture this, a warm summers day in my garden and the bees were buzzing. The sweet scent of tomatoes freshly picked from the greenhouse, beetroots dug up and peas popping out of their jackets. The colours were truly amazing. We were set for lunch, we just needed to add lettuce and Feta cheese! We laid the table, and added the daisy chains that we had been making across the centre.
It was delicious.... until I noticed that I had half a caterpillar on my plate! We did laugh until our bellies hurt and I did join in after a while. Sorry caterpillar ....
This is a vegetarian recipe for stuffed acorn squash. Can be made as a main dish or, if you choose small acorn squash, as a starter. Roast the pitted acorn squash face down at 425 degrees for 20 mins. Cook the quinoa and then add it to a bowl with the other ingredients listed along with olive oil, salt and pepper, and red wine vinegar. Mix it all up and stuff the squash! @jordanmcdowell
I love fruit in my salad! When we go strawberry picking every spring this is a yummy salad I make. The pasta helps to make it a meal. You can always add shredded rotisserie chicken to make it even more substantial.