cody bear's friends


fresh on friday. fresh veg, that is.
April 25, 2009, 6:02 am
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friday.

it ended with c, l and myself dining al fresco in my back yard while cody bear ran around and pickles trimmed the grass.

basilall pickles had the energy to do was snack on grass tonight. she had dog day care today and is wiped out.  (however…if i were to pick up the leash right now…she would suddenly be rejuvenated)

tonight i made a salad consisting of fresh basil, fresh mozzarella, spring mix, mini tomatoes, cucumber chunks and balsamic dressing.  i also made tortellinis with sauteed green onion and zucchini in a basil and garlic tomato sauce with fresh oregano.  and i got a great crusty bread, too.

onions

it was the first time c and l came over for dinner.  their table manners were very good and they are fun to chat with.  next time they come i might grill something.

it was a perfect night.

tomorrow i’m meeting friends for breakfast, going hiking then cooking for dancingbee, buzzy and buzzy’s dad!  how fun is that?  fun, very, very fun.

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We had root-veggy-laced beef stew for supper last night. Local foods: whose idea was that, anyway?

Comment by lavenderbay

Nummy stuff!

Comment by forkboy

hello goodbear its dennis the vizsla dog hay i wood like to no hoo al fresco is and why he wuz invited to this swaray wile i wuz not??? ok bye

Comment by Dennis the Vizsla

Mom says she is coming to your house for dinner sometime very soon!

Comment by Jackie




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