Jennifer ~ Sometimes I come here just to see what YOU'RE having for dinner. Thanks for the great ideas!
man I wish I lived in the country....
Bliss. Hope you managed to sit and enjoy the golden sunlight, even for just a moment.....
Karen - I am just about the most basic unimaginative cook in the world. I can always use new ideas myself!Paula - I'll post another picture after a week's worth of rain and you'll be glad that you don't live in the country!Colette - I admit to a few minutes hanging over the fence and watching the chickens come home before finishing my chores. Sunsets like that pass by so quickly.
Maybe this will help. This is a site that I go to a lot for ideas and especially seafood recipes. Maybe this will help! You'll probably have to cut and paste, I don't think it will link. Good luck! http://allrecipes.com
Karen - Thanks for the link, I'm grateful for any inspiration. What did we do before the internet?!?
Isn't it lovely -- chickens at dusk? My hens crowd around me with the hope of getting some scratch before bedtime. I just put my pullets out into the chicken tractor (in a smaller cage within the tractor so they and the older hens can get used to each other) and visiting all my girls at twilight (and collecting eggs) is a small highlight of an ordinary day.
Martha - I love your phrase "a small highlight of an ordinary day". That sums things up perfectly. And who could want any more than that?