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July 27, 2010

Farm Fresh & a Recipe

Along my little store walk this weekend...

Morning glories met me with their blooms running along
the way... friendly looking vines, whimsically weaving
throughout the old picket fence.
One of my favorites, the Morning Glory


Farm Fresh Eggs from town
Love being able to walk five minutes
to get whatever we need for
breakfast
lunch
or dinner!

Plus it's fantastic exercise, walking for your meal!

We made a healthy, delicious pasta this weekend
and guess what?  Oui, it's French!

Nutty Pasta made by moi

I'm loving French Food at Home
with Laura Calder (and her set kitchen in Canada!)

Here's the recipe for

 (She used lemon peel on the show, so I used
Meyer lemon instead of orange as listed on recipe link
and it was delicious)

And I had my very first canneles from
Downtown Bakery this weekend
and then I found the recipe on Laura's web-recipes site
It was delicious... see?


Hope your week is sweet and healthy!

Happiness to you,

24 comments:

Marina Capano said...

Hi! How are you?
Just beautiful pics!
I´m coming from twitter!

see you soon

visit me anytime...

xoxo

DustyLu said...

Gorgeous Tracie! I love it! Going to try it out! Have a wonderful day!
~lulu

cityfarmer said...

uhmmm ...I'm a little jealous of your "within walking distance" chicken farm!!

Sandi said...

Beautiful pix Tracie! I went to my booth today and then took pictures of barns on the way home. Fun times! I think I could print a book on barns as many as there are in this area!!
Hugs~

sissie said...

Hi Tracie,
Everything is looking "tres magnifique" around your home.

hugs
Sissie

~La Rustique Market~ said...

Good Afternoon Tracie,
The morning glory growing on the fence is so pretty! Oh,and the pasta looks delish!!!
Take Care:)))

Connie said...

Stupendous photos, honey. I just love looking at your blog and photos!
xoxo,
Connie

Blondie's Journal said...

I love morning glories, too. They do so well under any conditions. I would love to take a walk everyday for my ingredients...then I'd eat whatever I wanted! lol! The recipe sounds wonderful!

xoxo
Jane

Rosemary said...

Tracie,
I love morning glories, have them in my yard. Your food looks amazing!! I will have to get that cookbook for sure!!
You live in the best town!!!
xo,
Rosemary

Rebecca said...

Ok Miss T....

I figured since I come and read your bloggie every single day I might as well just FOLLOW you to make FINDING YOU easier!

ahahahhaha

Beautiful pics my friend. Forever lovely!

xoRebecca

Julie Marie said...

Hello Tracie... oooh how I wish we lived close by each other! I would so love to walk with you to the little market, taking in all the sights on the way, and gathering Nature's treasures to take home too... love farm fresh eggs and your pasta recipe looks delish! Love to you... xoxo Julie Marie

Roberta said...

A pleasant walk into town to pick up fresh ingredients for dinner...Lucky California Girl! Went out to the country for a decorating job yesterday and forgot my 'bonus' dozen of fresh eggs! I'm still bummed, ha ~ xoRoberta

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Tracie,

Your fresh farm eggs and pasta looks lovely.
I enjoyed seeing your photos taken at the weekend.

I hope that you have a great week
Hugs
Carolyn

Vintage French Hen said...

Yummy, Bon Appetite! I'm going to have to try it...Marcia

June said...

You are so lucky Tracie! This would be such a pleasure if I could walk to town for fresh food. I am sure you have also read 'French Women Don't Get Fat', but that was what I loved...that in France you walk to the market daily for your food and prepare it that day.
Soon I will be able to enjoy things from the garden though...so I guess I'm through wining now, hehe.
This really looks delish and I think you are blessed for sure! Ahhh, a market within walking distance...it makes me want to move.
hugs

Sarah said...

Beautiful images, Tracie. ~ Sarah

Lara said...

Hi Tracie,
I'm a new reader and I love the elegant French feel to your blog. You must live somewhere nice! :) That pasta looks great.. going to have to try it! Take care!
~Lara

trash talk said...

Living in the suburbs of Dallas...there is no walking anywhere. I grew up in a small town and we walked every where. I envy you!
I'm going to have to try that recipe out on Cat Daddy. It looks like the perfect summer meal.
Debbie

Parisienne Farmgirl said...

Gonna have to check out Laura! Thanks for the suggestion - I've got a French food "issue" - stop on by when you have a moment!

Mélanie A. said...

Love your pics. Your meal and recipe sounds and looks fantastic

Daphne Nicole & Lynda Cade said...

I love your morning glories, thier just gorgeous, and your food looks delish!!! Thanks for sharing.
Daphne

THE HOME THAT LOVE BUILT said...

Thinking of you Tracie! I haven't been able to pull up your blog for some time now. Hope summer is a good one one for you.

XO
Brook

Fifi Flowers said...

Très delicious post!!! How are you... FAB I hope!!!! Cool weather up your way this summer?

Alice W. said...

Oh it all looks so lovely and delicious! Will have to try that recipe! Thanks for sharing your beautiful world with us dear friend ;)