I don't have to tell anyone with a daughter how great they are. Our daughter, Catherine made the dinner you see here.
In yesterday's article I wrote about replanting sedum from our home garden into Catherine's raised flower bed in front of her office building. She and I went to the grocery after that, then came home and she made a quick dinner. Dinner was so pretty when she put it on the table that I took pictures. After all, I'm carrying the baby camera in my pocket all the time now to take pictures whenever the grand kids or dogs do something special.
I said, "Catherine, that is so pretty I want to put it on the blog. Will you put it in recipe form?"
Catherine: "Sure. Just put good stuff on a skewer and grill it."
Yep, that's what she did.
So, I'll tell you what's in that picture up there if you can't make it all out: chicken, sausage, red peppers, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, and onions. She tossed all the items in olive oil, salt, and pepper before putting them on the skewers. She grilled it all on a charcoal grill.
The potatoes were simply raw potatoes with skin on, cut, tossed in olive oil with salt, pepper, and a little dry onion soup then baked until soft.
The salad is a Caesar salad.
The three of us devoured it in record time. Enough said!
OK, now for the reason I didn't publish this yesterday with the transplanted sedum article: I just couldn't have these pictures here at the same time with the pictures of the snails. *chuckles*
Have a good one,