Sunday, June 29, 2008

Morning Harvest - June 29


Another hot humid day and I have a craving for chicken soup! I know, I know, that's more of a winter food, but I guess that's what my body needs. What better place to look for special herbs to put in my soup but right from my own garden. Other herbs and flowers in the basket are for tinctures and oil infusions.

12 comments:

Casbah Kitten said...

I'm so glad I stumbled on your blog! I've always loved herbs and in our search for low water use plants for our yard we're trying some of the mediterranean herbs and they're lovely! Plus we get yummy seasonings for the food!!

Walk in the Woods said...

Ohm Ruth - what a beautiful harvest!!! Thanks for sharing it with us!

livewater said...

I made a pot of soup today as well with treasures from the farmers market.

Rocki's Rock 'n Beads said...

I'm so happy that our paths met - I love your blog! Thank you so much for your kind comment. I can see I will be a frequent visitor here. Bet your soup was yummy!
Happy day!
☼ Rocki

Walk in the Woods said...

We are happy you found us too rocki's rock 'n beads!
Thanks for the comment - much appreciated!

Katie said...

I followed the trail from the EcoEtsy blog.
I was just thinking this morning that I wanted to make soup today. Yep, in July~
Nice blog!

Walk in the Woods said...

Hi katie! Glad you found us here. Fix yourself a comfy spot and return once in a while! :)

exquisiteimage said...

Lovely capture... I can just smell the herbs! I've always wanted an herb garden

fookaDESIGNS said...

mmm...I bet the soup was delicious!

Ruth said...

The soup was delicious if I say so myself. My husband certainly enjoyed it, and my cat is enjoying the liver and kidneys from the chicken stock. Sage and tarragon are my favorite herbs for chicken soup.

Green Blessings,
Ruth

::::Lula Boutique:::: said...

Ooh...Even in the summer that does sound good! The fresh herbs make it even better too! Lovely picture and blog. :)

Chris Stone said...

beautiful! next year i'll do more of a garden. this year i just put in a couple of tomato plants... and will get my first tomato soon!