What Did YOU Have For Lunch?

Someone, somewhere needs to know; I worked hard today!  I’ll concede, no one needs to know.  I’m stretching out my sat-too-long spine, looking at my pile of newly created holiday greeting cards(heavy on the recycled side) and feeling like I accomplished something in my creative biz!  Maybe I need to toot my horn!  Toot,toot!

Also having a little laugh.  We creatives are able to design and manufacture on our dining room tables if we choose to.  I did today. . .in my white, fuzzy, University of North Dakota bathrobe.    Silence is good and then so is a break for listening to music or talk radio.   This afternoon I found myself listening to a talk show host(not my dear radio personality friend, Julie) jabbering on about  how she dislikes people who are already talking ‘Christmas’.  From there she moved on to discussing her dislike of bloggers who literally share what they are eating for lunch.   This one way chatter is starting to feel a little personal, Honey!!  I’m in the club who likes to think about Christmas all year ’round and I enjoy seeing what other bloggers are serving up for lunch!  In fact, MY homemade lunch today was worth talking about.  Here, let me show you:)

Yellow tomato, potato, onion and red pepper. .all garden gifts from friend, Liz. Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme(go ahead and sing) from my little herb box in the backyard.
Yellow tomato, potato, onion and red pepper. .all garden gifts from friend, Liz. Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme(go ahead and sing) from my little herb box in the backyard.

 

Me playing with my Sony! The bottle of Alamos, Red Blend?  Came to the RedBarn by way of the wine-tasting dinner at Buffalo Ridge in Gary, South Dakota.  Really, it started out in the high mountains of Argentina.  It's divine!
Me playing with my Sony! The bottle of Alamos, Red Blend? Came to the RedBarn by way of the wine-tasting dinner at Buffalo Ridge in Gary, South Dakota. Really, it started out in the high mountains of Argentina. It’s divine!
Saute vegetables in 2 teaspoons of olive oil for 10 minutes, add 1/4 cup of already cooked sausage, 2 fresh eggs,  1 tablespoon of chopped fresh herbs  and cover  until cooked through. Top with some ground pepper!  Makes a generous, healthy 'scramble' . . .for anyone working on Christmas projects!  Wink!
Saute vegetables in 2 teaspoons of olive oil for 10 minutes, add 1/4 cup of already cooked sausage, 2 fresh eggs, 1 tablespoon of chopped fresh herbs and cover until cooked through. Top with some ground pepper! Makes a generous, healthy ‘scramble’ . . .for anyone working on Christmas projects! Wink!
Just so I don't get accused of making things too pretty, here's the evidence!  My rule-never use more than 10 pieces of cook/serve ware to make a dish.  That way we can clean up in less than 2 minutes and get back to the fun, creative things in life!
Just so I don’t get accused of making things too pretty, here’s the evidence! My rule-never use more than 10 pieces of cook/serve ware to make a dish. That way we can clean up in less than 2 minutes and get back to the fun, creative things in life!  Cheers!

 

 

 

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