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The Good Life indeed - I bet it was delicious.
Wow, that looks so delicious! Fantastic that it was made without any visit to a grocery store.Best wishes on more summer feasting straight from your garden.xo
Mmmmm - looks scrummy - we had broad beans and runner beans from the garden today!!!xx
Yumm, that looks good! Thanks for the comment on my blog! :)
Wow- that looks good- it's making me feel hungry just looking at the picture.
Oh my goodness that looks scrummy ,all home grown hows that for yummy ..love Jan xx
Woohooo! I'm your 100th follower! Only so late joining the party because I've never actually followed many blogs because I watch them in Google Reader instead. Your lunch sounds delish. We had our first home grown meal at the allotment yesterday too - new potatoes with fried courgettes, a few beans, and some pancetta bacon (not home grown!!!) Yummy! Lucy x
Mmmm...having a late night craving for frittata...all your fault...I hope that you feel guilty.
Just a thimbleful....We had home grown courgettes for supper tonight too, scrumptious. And guess who I met today? Only Silver Pebble, Dottie Cookie AND Purple Podded Peas! I've had a lovely day !
You sound like my daughter. She phoned me and told me yesterday's meal came straight from the garden. The frittata looks so good.
It's a lovely time of year for "stuff" from the garden, isn't it? Now here's a confession: I have never cooked a frittata!
You're one self-sustaining family!
Oh it looks so delicious! And so impressive it's all from your own garden too. I will have to start calling you Barbara :) K x
It looks so delicious, I am hungry.All the vegetables come from your garden. cheap mbt footwear
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