A local farm stand greenhouse is always fun to visit. The herb section in the above farm stand is awesome. Three herbs that were my choice to buy there today were Oregano, Thyme and Rosemary. Next time I want to buy Parsley, Chives and Mint.
Flourless Chocolate Cake is always good. But the above Chocolate Cake is from Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s Eat to Live recipes and it’s called “Never Get Sick Chocolate Cake”. It has whole-wheat pastry flour, dates, pineapple chunks, unsweetened applesauce, raw beets that are shredded, carrots that are shredded, cocoa powder, chopped walnuts and vanilla in the cake. The frosting is macademia nuts and/or raw cashews, vanilla soy, almond milk, dates and cocoa that are combined in a blender until smooth.
I pinned the recipe on my Fuhrman Recipe board on my Pinterest.
Yankee Candle has Mother’s Day gift ideas. The above gift bundle costs $100.00. But if you spend $20.00, the gift set is $40.00.
If you collect Temp-tations on QVC shopping network, the above canisters are really cute. I collect Old World Blue and I think that the canisters would look nice in the pantry. You could put dried pasta, couscous, rice and maybe dried beans in them.
I like the above inspiration that was on an exercise room wall.
The above view of Mt Ascutney is awesome. That piece of land was for sale last year. I’m sure that it is now long gone. But it was dream material.
This is another view of Ascutney showing the ski area. I have never skied at Ascutney but Okemo has more trails and they go out and around and are not so steep, plus they are longer trails. But there is a beautiful Exercise place at Ascutney that includes a nice indoor pool. Plus there are tennis courts and mountain bike trails. Vail from Colorado bought Okemo and I think they bought Stowe also.
The above garden shed is awesome. The little garden path, the rhubarb patch and the skylights on the roof to make it like a combined greenhouse.
Stripe material is so French looking. The above dress style is just right for Spring.
I love Sift magazine that is from King Arthur Flour.
And that’s my thoughts on this chilly and rainy day in April.