There's a new mint lemonade to add to the herbal lemonade
repertoire. It was a hit at a recent family gathering, which is good, as there's a lot of mint around here. In fact, I'm slowly but surely working on pulling up all the Kentucky Colonel
mint that has taken a foothold in the garden. It seems a piece came in with some leeks that were transplanted into the garden. Sneaky stuff, that mint.
The music Playlist is now turned off, due to some feedback I received. It's still there, at the bottom of the page. The only difference is you'll have to turn it on now, instead of it coming on automatically.
I recently prepared a salad dressing from Eat To Live, which we're enjoying, with a nice blend of flavors. It was tweaked a little, as you may have guessed.
1/2 c water
1/4 c seasoned (basil & oregano) rice vinegar
2 tbs roasted garlic olive oil
1/4 c balsamic vinegar
1/4 c raisins
4 cloves garlic, pressed
1 tsp dried oregano
1/2 tsp dried basil
1/2 tsp garlic salt
Blend all ingredients until smooth and creamy. Have a safe & wonderful Memorial weekend, friends!
hi laurie- seems i am way behind on reading your blog.
the salad looks so good- i need to try that one.
your pictures are all so wonderful......just makes me relax a bit.
Hi Laurie! I linked to the mint lemonade recipe - seems right up my alley. I have some lemon mint and some chocolate mint. I may try both!
Thanks for the tasting invite, M. Fun & yummy!
Let us know how those work, Julia! The only thing I've ever done with chocolate mint is put it in coffee.
i've been seeing more and more herbal lemonades. we could use it today, going up to 90 degrees!!
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