how did these veggies end up in the yard?
why did these veggies end up in the yard?
a child disliked them, hiding them?
someone was unhappy about healthy food?
bunnies in the area?
they’re just sitting in the yard, waiting.
“to make a good salad is to be a brilliant diplomatist — the problem is entirely the same in both cases.
to know exactly how much oil one must put with one’s vinegar.”
*my easter/passover/april fool’s day/full moon kit-kat salad and its recipe
upwrap 7-12 kit-kat bars
break into delicious individual pieces
if chocolate melts onto your fingers
lick them clean
drop what’s left into a lovely bowl
*(serving size may vary depending on how willing you are to share)
happy holidays to all
“food for the body is not enough. there must be food for the soul.”
when in doubt
which to choose
just mix your dessert and your veggies together
easy as pie
what could be better than lemon jello and succotash
all beautifully arranged and sliced on a plate?
“it’s as if we spend our entire lives avoiding Jell-O
but it is always there at the end, waiting.”
– john grisham, ford county
image credit: the larsen company (vintage)