Hello All Seasons Bloggers,
Link is open Sunday July 23 – Wednesday, July 26 til 7 pm, Pacific Time.
Many thanks for linking all of your beautiful posts with lovely experiences! They were all so well captured and prepared!
Lisa ( the first), Marleen (the two-next-to-last), and Amalia, (the last), had in their post about something hand made. Check it out, it’s worth your while!
(Go to the last All Seasons’ post and click on their image – I think you still can access the thumbnails pics even after the linky list is closed for the week)
In my own post for this week, am showing a watercolor (the post is titled (“Details make the Difference”) Am thinking about a link up for (next to All Seasons) art in the Fall … we’ll see ….
Are you enjoying your Season? This week we finally cooled down a few degrees to the nineties! This made me move to paint on the higher levels of my painting (because it’s 10 degrees warmer than on the floor!)
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One of my favorite SIMPLE salads
Since we live in California we eat salads for a great part of the year – from May – October at least. Usually I make the salad the main part of the meal, just adding a few potatoes, or pasta, with a fistful amount of meat or fish
Belgian Andive Salad
(Belgian andive is white and at times has some green on top, or the fancy one they sell at Trader Joe with red and green on top of the leaves. It has a shape (somewhat)t like a flame and is about 5 inches long in the USA. In Europe it is often longer. It also goes by the name of Chicory. Choose a sweet apple since Belgian andive is has a slightly bitter taste.
Very simple. Slice the Belgian Andive fine
mix with 2 hard boiled eggs – slice
a sweet apple, cubed
white vinegar or 1/2 teaspoon Dyon mustard
As soon as the Belgian andive is cut, put the dressing on it, so it won’t turn brown, the same with the apple. In Holland Belgian andive is boiled in winter and eaten with an egg-and cheese sauce.
Even when we lived in the Los Angeles area, we liked to spend the weekend being in nature, like a park or botanical gardens or hiking in the mountains. This interesting looking trunk in the African or Australian part of the Huntington (Botanical) Gardens.
Still in the same part of the garden – so many cacti have beautiful blooms
What do you like to do or see on a weekend afternoon?
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