Monday, July 25, 2011

Hearth and Soul Hop! #58

Hello and once again it is time for the Hearth n Soul blog hop. With the current heat wave sweeping parts of our country I hope your family is finding some shady comfort and some frosty beverages! We have been busy here, replanting the garden (yes the rhubarb, again!) and this time the rhubarb seems to be pulling through. Yesterday I harvested blueberries and soon I will need to bring in the currents!

Thanks for joining us and sharing your ideas and recipes, philosophy and wonderful new discoveries. I continue to learn each week and I look forward to seeing what you have been up to, creating and enjoying this week. If you are new, please read the Hearth and Soul mission statement page which includes the rules for linking up.

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Here are a few links that caught my eye from last weeks hop.

Herbed Potato Salad

Perfect blueberry pie

How about saving some seeds, an old practice, returning to gardens everywhere.

Green beans and toasted bread crumbs

Homemade rice, just like a mix, only better.

And now, on behalf of all the hosts, welcome to the hop!

Alex at A Moderate Life

Jason at Alternative Health and Nutrition

Alea at Premeditated Leftovers

April of 21st Century Housewife

Kankana at Sunshine and Smile

Swathi at Zesty South Indian Kitchen

and me, 

Melynda at Mom's Sunday Cafe

So come on, what are you sharing this week?

I will be sharing a delicious marinade for chicken, called Motor Oil Chicken. It is delicious and easy to adapt to your family's preferences.


MM said...

I'm glad your rhubarb is doing better.
Thanks to all the hosts!

Elsa said...

Thanks so much for selecting my recipe! It really is my favorite way to eat green beans and it's super simple to make.