found in nature
from lime to forest ~ and all the others in between.
It is difficult for me to favour one green,
so naturally, I embrace all the greens!
tender and sweet
ripe from the vine.
Isla loves these peas!
Simple green fern fronds in our Bungalow bathroom.
Green and White
a crisp combo
reminds me of
our school colours at Oak Bay High!
The humble bungalow zucchini harvest...
I have made this recipe since we started growing zucchini years ago
~ simple and tasty ~
Cut zucchini in half, scoop out the centre and chop finely.
Dice a small onion
crush a few garlic cloves
add about 1/4 cup of Panko crumbs
1/4 cup parmesan
Mix together and season with salt, pepper and a few red pepper flakes.
Stuff zucchini and dot the top with a few blobs of butter
Bake at 350 for about 45 minutes to an hour until the zucchini is fork tender.
I try to cut it so the zucchini sits flat in the pan.
low in WW Points and is great cold the next day for a quick lunch!
The Humble Bungalow Herb Garden is thriving in the tool box...
sitting atop the chair that I "found" on the boulevard for free.
I painted it black just 'cuz that's the way I like it...
it's a luxury to pop out the door with my shears and snip off some fresh mint or rosemary
to add to some newly boiled and buttered spuds
or add to an organic roast chicken.
Herbs elevate cuisine in so many ways,
they add dimension...
simple and fresh...
and they have no caloric value.
This hanging basket was a thrifty purchase and it has performed like a superstar all summer.
Happy to bloom with a drink of water and sunny skies.
The morning has brought with it
warmth and sunshine
I am loving this weather.
It's the simple things that keep me on an even keel.
How is your week shaping up?