My summer garden is coming to an end.
The last of the San Marzano tomatoes, I roasted them using olive oil, salt, pepper and sprinkled with oregano. I put them in the freezer for later use.
They make great toppings to a salad, add them to a sandwich. I can't wait to use them on my pizza.
These "celebrity" tomatoes were put into a tart
One of the large ones almost weight a pound.
Here is the the tomato tart.
This is a Martha Stewart recipe that I had saved from an old magazine.
I finally got to make it once again.
I did find it on goggle HERE
I did add some fresh rosemary and thyme to the pate brisee
Yellow finches love the seeds from the sunflower and cosmos.
More of the butternut squashes are starting to turn color.
Hubby had to make some mesh hangers to help support them.
They are very heavy. He also had to add more support to the fence.
They are so pretty.
I can't wait to cook with them.
Monarch butterfly enjoying the lantana bush.
I made a banner for my kitchen self.
I used one of my bird dies for an appliqué.
Yo-yo's were made with leftover scraps and heart buttons were used for the centers.
The "rework romance" was part of the salvage.
Lace at the top
I really like the way it came out.
I want to make more.
Have a wonderful day.