Tidbits

DSC_0485 (1600x1060)I had a bit of Andouille sausage left over from the jambalaya.  We had a nice hash made with it and I always put an egg on top.  Or two.  Speaking of eggs…DSC_0488 (1600x1060)…here’s our first BLT of the season.  I wish our tomatoes were ripe but they’re not yet ready.  Adding an egg makes this a BELT.DSC_5342 (1600x1060)A neighbor called us over the other day to see their latest critter find.  They thought that a couple of swans would look nice on their pond so when offered these three they said OK.  They said that they didn’t know yet what sex any of them were, seems it’s impossible to tell at this age without a blood test.DSC_5341 (1600x1060)

They’ve been raising goats for a couple of years now, I keep hoping they will start making cheese but so far my hints haven’t worked.DSC02501 (1600x1200)Here’s a kitty!  Mrs J says it’s semi-feral and has been spoken for by one of the volunteers at the shelter but the poor woman is beset with medical issues that have her in and out of the hospital.  Not sure what the problem is except it is a gall bladder issue.  We wish her a speedy recovery.DSC_0497 (1600x1060)Mrs J said she was thinking about making a pie so I ransacked the freezers and found blueberries enough for her to make this one.  I don’t think I’ve seen that exact crust thing before.  Looks good!DSC_0501 (1600x1060)There were a few mushrooms left over from the fried mushroom project so I sauteed them in butter for a burger with Swiss cheese.  I made an impromptu dressing from ketchup, bbq sauce, and minced garlic.  Yum!DSC02502 (1600x1200)This is Ivan, a 3 month old kitten that came in with a litter of 5.  He has the cutest little socks!  They are all ready for adoption!  hint hint…

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  1. That is a stunning cat. No wonder the volunteer snapped him (?) up. I used to work at a farm where they brought in a sweet, older Chinese couple who went around the countryside sexing baby chicks, turkeys and ducks. They were never wrong and they told us it was a technique passed down through the family. They were well respected and sought after for their skills.

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