Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Beautiful Bounty

Betcha can't guess what the Bag Lady is making for supper!!!



This is all out of her garden: peas, spinach, purple bunching onions, garlic, red potatoes and rutabagas. Along with a nice home-grown beef roast.....

Doesn't that sound good?


Update:

Doesn't it look good, too? (even though it's a little blurry...sigh)

18 comments:

new*me said...

mmm....yummy! We had home grown beef when I was a kid and it is so much better than what we have now!

the Bag Lady said...

That is so true!

I just realized I forgot to put the carrots in the picture. Sigh.

Chatty said...

Found you through Tink's Weekly Word Challenge - and came on over. I LOVE your bag, lady!
Where do you sell them?
I have been shafted before posting my email address in comments on other blogs (got spam *sigh*), so, if you would do me the favor of coming to my website and posting a comment - I will then have your email address and will respond - at which point, you will have mine.
And, stop lurking *smile* - your photos are great - you should play one week. It's fun!

Leah J. Utas said...

Oh I am so hungry now. I'm making a potato salad with spuds from the in-laws, but it won't be the same.

Hilary said...

I'll pick up a bottle of Shiraz on the way...

the Bag Lady said...

Chatty - thanks for stopping by! I sell my bags through my blog. Feel free to email me at the address in the sidebar.
I will leave a comment on your blog, too, just in case.

dfLeah - yeah, the entire meal will be homegrown tonight!

Hilary - better make that two bottles!! :)

Susan said...

Looks fantastic, Bag Lady!

Nothing compares to produce right from the garden. The taste is so much more sweet, crisp, and fresh than grocery-store produce.

You're going to have a healthy and delicious feast tonight! :)

bunnygirl said...

Looks delish! I'll be right over!

the Bag Lady said...

Hilary, you better make that three bottles, looks like there might be a crowd! (good thing I cooked a big roast :))

Susan - You are so right! I love this time of year when things go straight from the garden to the table (with a brief stop on the stove or in the oven....)

BG - come on over, girl! Better bring your hubby, too. I'll go dig some more potatoes.....

Reb said...

Hey, what about me? Someone has to pick me up on their way!

Looks wonderful Sis.

Chatty, she's on the up & up and the bag is great, I am just going shopping with mine.

the Bag Lady said...

Thanks, sis - I'm sure someone will bring you along!
And thanks for vouching for me.... of course, you darned well better!! :)

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Tink said...

Mmm. I'll be over right away! ;)

the Bag Lady said...

Looks good, doesn't it, Tink? And it's such a wonderful feeling to know that everything on that plate was home-grown!

Emily said...

ohmgoodness that does look amazing!!! And I thought I was doing good just by using my own herbs : )

the Bag Lady said...

Emily - you are! For some reason, I've never had any success growing herbs... sigh.

Mamacita Chilena said...

Wow, that looks AMAZING. You must be such a good cook.

the Bag Lady said...

Mamacita C - Thanks! It's hard to go wrong when you have nice fresh produce and flavourful beef!