I know I'm not the only one spending more time outside than inside these days and if you're like me, you lose track of time trying to get one more plant transplanted or one more garden bed tilled and fertilized. Today was one of those days. There was only enough time to throw some odd thing together, but what? While I cooked up some hamburger meat I tried to figure out what to do with it and began going through the cupboards. There was some whole wheat spaghetti noodles so I boiled some water for those...grabbed a jar of fresh spaghetti sauce and coated the bottom of a cake pan with some sauce. Drained the noodles and put them in the cake pan, swirling them through the sauce and then added the hamburger....sprinkled the top with some rainbow garden peppers and covered it with shredded and Parmesan cheese, then put it in the oven for 20 minutes on 350. The family loved it and it was one of the easiest things I've done. Colorful too with red, yellow, green and purple peppers on it!
Do you remember in my last post that none of the chicks were supposed to be named? Well meet Amy, the local
Nothing says spring like new chicks! Lots has been going on here on the ole' homestead with spring being well under way. The peach blossoms have come and gone, the Magnolia blooms are falling, the gooseberry bushes are blooming, the chicks are cheeping and there is