Only Nominally a Knitting Blog. But Who Cares?

  • One L short of normal.

Stat Counter


Become a Fan

TypePad Profile

Get updates on my activity. Follow me on my Profile.

Twitter Updates

    follow me on Twitter

    Enter your email address:

    Delivered by FeedBurner

    « Terrier Tuesday -- Back in the Country Edition | Main | For The Birds »

    Wednesday, June 02, 2010

    Comments

    Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

    noonie

    rotfl... and it was soooo good you didn't even get a chance to photograph it before the plates were licked clean.... I've been looking for some nice salad dressings to drown the bugs and disguise them. Chunky peanut butter in our house should help with that.

    In the marinade if anyone asks prob best to go about 1 part vinegar to 2 parts oil.

    Ellen

    I make a variation of this. Cut the oil and the vinegar by 1/4 cup each, eliminate the sugar and add 1/2 cup of orange juice. It gives the sweet/sour dimension without all that sugar.

    Geri

    Yummy! Can't wait to hit the farmer's market this weekend for some local lettuce.

    DebbieB

    That is the most beautiful lettuce I've ever seen. Beyond fresh, into a new dimension of YUM.

    CindyCindy

    Damn, Norma. I have garden envy.

    margene

    We've had a couple crops of Romaine and it makes the best salad ever. I can't wait to try your recipe. Not sure I want Smith to read your blog any longer. His garden is growing and I don't mean up.

    Kelly

    The dressing sounds great. It is very similar to one that I make for cold peanut noodles, except I think that I add soy sauce. Yum. Our lettuce is also in and it is GREAT. If I plant more seeds now, will it be too hot for lettuce by the time it comes up? I live in SE PA, and it is already 90. Is there any way/variety of lettuce that I could grow all summer? This is saving me a fortune in buying organic cleaned/washed baby greens.

    Diane

    I am bowing so low before your mad gardening skilz that my forehead is touching compost. You rock the green stuff.

    Have you used those green cage thingies before? I've been debating buying some, but have been wondering how well they work.

    gayle

    Still trying to absorb all those marigolds, eh?

    marianne

    I'm dyin' with the giggles here, wha?? you expanding your garden? no ;^) and with Margene's comment about Smith. heee.
    pb.. yes, just peanuts and salt, stir until your hand cramps and your arm wants to fall off. or use a little hand mixer with one attachment. mmmmmmmmm. sounds delicious! thank you!

    Joannah

    I think I should take to reading your blog just before lunch time, to make sure I'm in the mood! Salad at 9 in the morning seems a little extreme, especially since I just had a perfectly fine breakfast.

    Rachel

    How many gardens does this make? LOL. I'm the same way. THanks for the dressing recipe!

    Are you growing garlic? We harvested ours over the weekend and I'm pretty sure you can smell me and my house from there! LOL

    Melissa G

    Yum.

    Seanna Lea

    Wow. Your garden is going great guns. Mine is doing the wibbly thing of not having a single spot that gets quite enough sun, but my tomatoes seem to at least be enjoying the rain.

    Cookie

    Marigolds make it Dave's fault because he bought them. I'm just sayin'...

    Carol

    For some strange reason I read your post using an Eddie Izzard voice in my head. It was very funny.

    elizabeth a airhart

    9 57 almost time to get up marigold

    Julie

    I am GREEN with envy!

    noonie

    Just made some for our tea... kids liked it... have a large jarful in the fridge.. thank you... next time I'm going to try half the amount of sugar as we used normal peanut butter..

    The comments to this entry are closed.

    Services


    • 319712_342932112443374_212147665521820_818930_878689603_n

    Red Scarf Project Blog

    Blog powered by Typepad
    Member since 04/2004
    Blog Widget by LinkWithin