High Class Meals

High class meals come in many forms. Around here they come from the garden.

Three days ago I dug these “new” potatoes and Sarah picked a few Provider beans. The Providers were planted in March during that warm spell and it paid off.

New potatoes and, green beans cooked up with bacon and onions.

All the salad ingredients were grown in my garden.

Here’s the whole meal ready to eat. Salad, beet greens and the potatoes with green beans. Everything picked just before it was prepared. This was Wednesdays lunch.

Thursday there was fresh broccoli with shredded pepper cheese, shared with Tedi May. Sad to say there are only a few more heads of this in the garden.

This evening another mess of green beans and potatoes to be shared with Pat and Lois.

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4 Responses to High Class Meals

  1. Carol Taylor says:

    Wow, that looks really tasty.

  2. Jan Wells says:

    I’ve just recently discovered your blog & I love reading it. Was just wondering what time dinner was tomorrow night. Looks like I’ve got a little wait on my green beans. Thank the Lord for farmer’s mkt.

  3. S says:

    On Marideth’s behalf, Thanks so much everyone. Yes it is all about real food. But Mar’s blog is about so much more also.

    @Jan; No telling what time dinner will be tomorrow. mar’s out of pocket and i will be munching on raw veggies most of the day while tending the garden.

    Carry on!

    Sarah, Marideth’s right hand person

  4. I love the veggies. It all looks so wonderful.

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