My Spring break (very late this year) is close to being over. I’ve spent most of it working the garden. Weeding, tilling, pruning, planting… and replanting… and weeding some more.
As usual, the garden at this time of year is dominated by the arugula and lemon balm. Anybody wants some?
Hardly anything else was done, except for napping and going out to eat. I must say it’s been the Spring break of my dreams. But there’s going to be an out-of-town trip sometime later this afternoon. I’ve promised the daughter a visit to her beloved miniature horses.
I myself would prefer a trip to my beloved beach. Maybe there’s time to do both. Two day trips in a weekend are definitely doable.
In the meantime, there’s a fiesta I need to go to.
But first, take a look at these
“I don’t know where to begin. I really, really want this soup! You don’t often see dumplings in vegetable soup, but why not?! It just sounds so good!” — Angie
“I can’t stop thinking about these creative and mouth-watering cupcakes. Does it get any better than oozing caramel atop an enticing cupcake? Delicious!” — Antonia
“Wow, perfectly golden brown cookies with the delectable combination of peanut butter and chocolate. I bet these cookies taste heavenly!” — Antonia
“This is such an intriguing recipe for a drink, to say the least. But it had me at cardamom and mint, and hey, it’s supposed to refresh and help you cool down in the heat, not to mention aid in digestion, too. Such a helpful drink!” — Angie
Now, let’s party! Join Fiesta Friday #273 by adding your link. Don’t forget to link your post to FiestaFriday.net and the co-hosts’ blogs, so we can feature you. Your co-hosts this week are Mollie @ The Frugal Hausfrau and me aka Angie @ Fiesta Friday.
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The Girl Next Door says
Thank you for featuring my Imli Ka Amlana! It really is an awesome drink. 🙂
You’re welcome. It does sound like an awesome drink!
Jhuls | The Not So Creative Cook says
Angie, I love napping and going out to eat. I just have to wait for my annual leave to do that. The arugula and lemon balm – they look gorgeous.
The weather is getting hotter so I brought a very delicious drink. 😀 Happy Fiesta Friday, Angie and thanks for hosting. x
It’s slowly getting warmer here, too, but sometimes it’s still a little chilly. We’re still into soups, but very soon we’ll be looking for cooling drinks, I’m sure, so I’ll take your delicious drink ? Thanks, Jhuls! ?
A great party as always!
Have you tried arugula and lemon balm together?
It has been so busy lately I would take a sunny beach any time! x
No, haven’t thought about combining the two! You’re brilliant! Probably will be great in some kind of seafood, maybe a fish sandwich. But of course I will have to have the fish fried ?
Kat (The Baking Explorer) says
Thank you so much for featuring my Caramel Egg Cupcakes!
No problem, they’re wonderful cupcakes!