Friday, April 8, 2011

Sunflowers, Squash and Fritters

I finished putting the binding on these three sunflower mug rugs last night. These are my favorites so far, but then I am a sunflower girl.



Here are some up close and personal pictures of newly born squash. They have been vacationing outside in the day time in a sheltered spot.




We are dreaming of some of these....

Squash Fritters



The recipe is HERE.

Have a great weekend!

9 comments:

Pen Pen said...

I am looking forward to fresh squash, cukes, and tomatoes!! I am impressed that you are starting your garden from seeds and your own baby plants. I've never done that. I always buy plants from Lowe's. It seems I remember my daddy walking along the garden and sewing his seeds into the soil... and he always had a beautiful garden. I guess I need to learn how to truly "farm". :o)

Granny said...

I love sunflowers and the mug rugs are gorgeous!

That recipe for squash fritters sounds like something we'd enjoy. Thanks for sharing.

Denise said...

Those fritters look really tasty.

Sunflowers are one of my favorite flowers, I'm going to try to plant some again, hopefully the dog won't trample them!

TamaraP. said...

Debbie,
Love your mug rugs!
I take it that you love your Brother6000!:o)

Take Care!
Thanks for sharing!

Tamara
North Carolina

Susan said...

I love your mug rugs!!! You're inspiring me to give them a try.

We haven't had yellow summer squash in a long time. Have to go back down south to get some!

Kiera said...

Mug rugs look great!

Impera_Magna said...

Gorgeous mug rugs... and the squash fritters look delish!!!

Rhonda said...

Pretty mug rugs! I love sunflowers too, as Kansas is my home state. :) The squash fritters look GOOD.

Deanna said...

Ah, sprouts, the hope of spring!

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