Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Photogenic ones...

 Fezzik looking intently...at I don't know what!

Al calls this her easy Dr Seuss Scarf... I think.
Snazzy sunglasses lady.  
We don't want to get too excited yet, okay well 
we already are, but we may be going to the Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival together this fall! 
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One of my new favorite dinners is grilled Romaine salad.
Have you grilled your Romaine yet?
You slice a full head in half . 
Drizzle with a little olive oil and put it face down on the grill for a bit of char. 
Mmmmm.
Remove it, drizzle some dressing on it.
Add some fresh corn on the cob kernels
add some cherry tomatoes halved
sprinkle with parmesan cheese.
It is really heavenly.  

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Happy Wednesday! 


17 comments:

Betsy said...

That scarf is beautiful and sets her glasses off very well! Your salad sounds quite good. I'm always looking for new things to try in the summer. I would love to go to a wool festival. Someday I may make it to the one in Portland.
Blessings, Betsy

Araignee said...

Daughter was just telling me about the grilled romaine salad. She's hosting the 4th this year.
Al looks so chic in her glasses. Oh, to be young!

karen said...

the salad grill sounds delicious! you have the cutest daughter and I LOVE her knit and her cool glasses.

Donna Boucher said...

yumny and unique recipe!

AsKatKnits said...

Grilled Romaine Salad! What?! How did I not know about this already! Adding this to my dinner list tonight! Thanks!!

Caffeine Girl said...

While I also have a beautiful and charming daughter, she not, alas, a knitter.
I want to come to your house for dinner!

The Well Fed Wheel said...

Seriously?!? Grilled salad?!? Sounds delicious! I'm off to buy some romaine....have to try this!

Wanderingcatstudio said...

Fezzik is so handsome

Delighted Hands said...

Very stylish, dahling! The salad didn't sound good until you started to describe it....hmm, I would give it a try!

Tired Teacher said...

Now, at a a salad I'd love to taste.

Amy at love made my home said...

Dinner sounds really lovely!! Enjoy!

Katherine said...

Yum! That sounds so delish! I love Al's scarf, dress, and sunglasses (especially the sunglasses). Of course, Al would look good in a potato sack.

Woohoo!!! Wool festival with darling daughter? You are so lucky!

Teresa Kasner said...

Your daughter is gorgeous and I'm happy that you get to have her with you at the wool festival! Love her scarf. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Wooly Cakes and Wooden Spoons said...

Man, Al is gorgeous! I love that she knits like her mama. You are so lucky to go to that fiber festival. We don't really have one around here. One way up north was more for spinners. I don't grill. I have a grill pan but it's so dang big. I'd like a smaller one. One of these days, I'd like a Weber.

Dee said...

Al is such a cutie pie! And, you already know how I feel about Fezzik!

It's funny how all you blogger friends inspired me to get a cat! Now I can't imagine my family without Giroux! LOL CATS ROCK!

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Mereknits said...

I would be ecstatic to go to that festival, Al is the best!
Hugs,
Meredith

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