Most recipes if I try once and am not sold on, I more than likely will not try again.
The Banana Bread recipe I’m featuring today is the exception to my rule, the only reason being that you can make it without a mixer and I didn’t feel like pulling mine out from its cleverly hidden spot under the counter, and dirtying up my beater bars.
Cherry tomatoes are a wonderful little bite in themselves this time of the year as the backyard garden variety are more abundant than normal, urged on by the watering and the ample sunshine that has been a big boon to growth the last couple of weeks.
I’m trying to mix up the variety and flavors of my recipes each week focusing on a particular fruit or vegetable as my theme. Over the weekend, I noticed the apples on my backyard trees are getting heavy and some are even falling off, either prompted by the strong rain and wind we had or by the birds who like to sit in the trees and pick away, much to my dislike and dismay.
With the tomatoes soon a big commodity in backyard vegetable gardens, I’ve had a few calls from individuals asking about cooked salsa recipes. I featured one of my favorite go-to recipes a few years back, so I’m going to include it again this week, along with another easy-to-make cooked version and my favorite fresh salsa recipe.
The summer stash of garden vegetables will soon be ripe for the picking. The cucumbers in my vegetable garden are covered with blossoms and with the heat and a little extra watering this last week they are now turning into little cucumbers which by the end of the week should be ready for the picking.
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