As I mentioned earlier, I cobbled together this recipe from several sources, though the basis is from the little cookbook that accompanied our countertop electric ice cream maker. WATERMELON SORBET 3/4 C water 3/4 C sugar 3+ sprigs of fresh mint 1 Tbsp grenadine 2 1/2 lbs cubed watermelon 1 Tbsp lemon juice mint or
Today is set to be another August day in Mississippi. Therefore, we will be having something easy, breezy and on the cool side for supper tonight. More on this coming. Let’s start with the watermelon sorbet. What with the niece’s wedding and Miss M’s Baby Bunny and whatnot I did not plant watermelon this year.
melon Yeah. I know. October isn’t exactly watermelon month. But I didn’t get the seed in when I should have. So what can I say? We’ll be eating fresh watermelon– four of them each weighing about 30-40 pounds– and watching the leaves change. And by the by– we still have frozen watermelon from last year!
on a chilly winter afternoon ridiculously hot day in mid-March. “Insert image from this blog” since I am still without my own computer and Mr. Big Food’s is not up to the task of uploading photos from my camera. One of winter’s treat– at least here at on the Farm– is having summer’s bounty tucked
“We specialize in open-pollinated and heirloom vegetable seed varieties that are rare and not readily commercially available.” Now that the Christmas Season is over, it’s time to move into Almost Summer (which is followed by Summer, and Still Summer). You know what that means? Seeds! New Hope Seed Company is the first stop I’ll make
I just got off the telephone with Daughter C who had called to ask if we had any extra watermelon because she was “bartering”– her word: Eggs for watermelon. Are you kidding me? Of course! I just happen to have a couple watermelons on the picnic table. See? Two watermelons. Tomorrow there will be one
No photos. Sorry. Maybe I’ll update after we have supper. It’s some chicken casserole dish that’s already baking. We had a very busy week. I wasn’t able to spend nearly as much time in the garden as I usually do, especially since I knew we wouldn’t be around much late in the week and so