Watching your flower plants produce gorgeous blooms, and your veggies mature for harvesting, is the most rewarding experience of the hobby of gardening.
June is here, so the spring flowers are done blooming, but the perennials are filling out the void by showing off their beauty, and will continue to do so until late fall.
Also, the vegetable garden is progressing nicely and we already are able to use the lettuce, dill, sorrel, parsley, green beans, scallions, rhubarb and strawberries.
I have been searching for recipes with couscous and chickpeas, and came up with this combination which I am sharing today. It is such a fun vegetarian dish for healthful eating, and a great addition to my recipes for the Fat Smash Diet, and for Lent.
October is almost over, Oktoberfest well behind us, but I have yet to post a German recipes.
Falafel was introduced to me by my son, since lately it’s been his favorite lunch served with garden salad.
I was convinced that I would like this food as well, so decided to research some recipes, and prepare a batch for my family.
Today I will share the final recipe, and assure you that if you like vegetarian food, you will LOVE these.
Today I would like to share a recipe for Baked Zucchini Fritters as a casserole.
Quick, easy, nutritious and tasty….why would anyone even think of asking for more :-).