Just Us Coffee (it's our new favorite) and a Chicken & Mushroom Frittata.
I love lazy weekend mornings where breakfast decisions are made with me standing in front of an open fridge, deciding what combination of goodies appeals to me at the moment. My Honey is easy - he loves pretty much anything I put in front of him. This time was some chicken left over from my hurried attemp on Tuesday to make chicken for dinner...nothing special, just some cut up chicken on the bone, tossed with garlic cloves, lemon wedges and rosemary and roasted at 400°F/200°C for about 30 minutes. It's hard to do something time-consuming (or even find the time to look for a great recipe) when a delightful, but busy little angel is demanding my attention...but I digress.
So we've finished our hearty brunch and it was time to head out to Terra Beata Cranberry Farm where they've assured me that we only need to wear sneakers. The long meandering drive from Halifax showed glimpses of what the Fall scenery will look like in the next few weeks. Little bursts of colorful trees peeked out among the mostly green of the landscape.
Dikes are build between the patches to allow for more efficient flooding and weeding.
Annapolis Valley to some of their festivals and I'll be interviewing Bob Blumer who will be participating in a Pumpkin Carving and Pumpkin Paddling Parade for an episode of his new show Glutton For Punishment.
But back to yesterday...
What could be better after exploring than eating some of the rewards...
Food and Drink Nova Scotia easy cooking recipes salmon cranberries