Fiesta Friday #177

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  1. What a cute, cute, fluffy rabbit! Hopefully no one tries to catch it and make it into a stew! :O I cannot bear the thought of it.

  2. Oh yaay…so excited to see my spice mix and even more excited that you and Elaine will be trying it out. That bunny is the cutest ( as long as it’s not eating your veggie patch). I had a rabbit pet growing up named “bugs”, still miss him πŸ™‚ enjoy the beautiful flowers and this awesome summer!

    • Angie says:

      Uhm…actually it devoured my romanesco broccoli 😬 I can always reseed I guess πŸ˜„I’m going to take out my hibiscus so I won’t forget! Thanks for such a great recipe!

  3. Aw how sweet and YES that is a beautiful flower! Thanks for hosting another great party this week!

  4. Beautiful tiger lily! I like the bunnies as long as they leave my garden alone. Otherwise, they just might finish in my pot. Wouldn’t be the first time I’ve eaten a rabbit, lol. Thanks for hosting and happy weekend!

    • Angie says:

      Lol, you’re too funny! I’ve had rabbit meat …eh, tastes like chicken πŸ˜‚ Easier to just buy chicken at the store than catch a rabbit πŸ˜‚ Thanks for coming to the fiesta, Jas! Have a good one!

  5. Thanks for the feature! I’m always a bit humbled when I get featured because there are always so many great posts and bloggers who join in Fiesta Friday! Oh I love bunnies but they can be so destructive once they colonize.

    My neighbor feeds the wild bunnies, but obviously not enough as they ate the bottom four to five feet of my row of trees when the snow started building up, they continually decimate my daisies and lillies. The trees ran about 500 bucks so I was not happy at all and don’t dare replace them so there goes all my privacy in the back yard. Ugh.

    Rabbit stew continues to sound more appealing by the season!!

    • Angie says:

      Are you sure it’s the bunnies and not deer? Or even groundhogs. I find them way more destructive. One groundhog mowed my entire 4×8 veggie bed one year, overnight! Bunnies nibble here and there but they usually don’t destroy, though I did have a family once and they took out my peas. I guess I don’t know what I’m talking about, lol. Sorry to hear, Mollie. Maybe we can have rabbit stew after all. It’s pretty tasty, haha πŸ˜‚

      • No, I’ve sat at my computer and seen them right out the window, not to mention the poo and tracks. We had a groundhog in the folks garden not too long ago – I didn’t realize they were that destructive- I put him on fb for our neighbor to see and he came over and told me the stories about how they had them at their farm! I hope he doesn’t come back. Oh boy. I was so excited to see him, now I’m worried!

        I took a course at the U of M a couple years about about Global Food…one of our papers was to write about a low impact protein source…I titled mine, “How can Thumper save the World.” But in real life I don’t know if I could eat a poor bunny let along ever kill one! Or kill anything!

        • I meant I hope the groundhog doesn’ come back, not the neighbor, lol!

        • Angie says:

          Thanks for the clarification, lol! Yah, groundhogs are a nightmare! I mean they look cute and all but they destroy your plants. Plus they dig huge amount of dirt to create their burrows. I’m still trying to level the mountains behind my hydrangeas from a couple of years ago, it’s insane! 😣 Btw, Mollie, when can you cohost?

  6. Antonia says:

    Such sweet pictures Angie! I hope you have been doing well! Lovely features this week!

    • Angie says:

      Thanks, Antonia! I’m doing fine…as long as this weather cooperates. Once it gets in the 90s, I’m sure I won’t be fine anymore, haha… I hope and your family are doing well, too 😘

  7. petra08 says:

    Hi Angie
    Beautiful flowers and what a sweet little rabbit! πŸ™‚ Delicious features as always! πŸ™‚

    • Angie says:

      Thanks, Petra! The little rabbit is still around, but so far the damage it makes is tolerable so I let it be. Once it grows up, I’m sure I’ll change my tune πŸ˜‚

      • petra08 says:

        Somehow they are always cuter when they are not in your own garden! We had a fox mum with 6 cubs one year, they loved to roll on top of all the vegetables and in the end the cuteness didn’t help! πŸ™‚

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