While my quickly captured photos are anything but extraordinary, this scrumptious frozen yogurt pie is! Served at a good friend’s graduation celebration last month, it was a huge hit, so I just had to grab some hasty images before it disappeared before my eyes.
This recipe comes from Victoria Magazine, 2013 May issue, under the name “Frozen Blueberry Yogurt Pie.”
Are you yearning to get back outside to the garden and continue work on that ever-evolving plan you’ve envisioned all winter? Spring is definitely in the air when the sun decides to show itself and bulbs begin to bulge out of the ground and bloom their little heads off. Our annual show of cheerful, yellow daffodils and tulips is just days away….
There is nothing like a spot of color to brighten the dreariest of winter days.
Our winter home needed an awakening! I decided to employ the lost art of natural decorating with things common and inexpensive, and yet true works of art.
(The operative word here is inexpensive).
The simple red apple by the not-so-old blue bowl holding part of my garden’s garlic harvest drew my eye and cheered me. It made the savage winds blowing outside our windows not quite so chilling.
At this time of year, life can be tough for our backyard birds. A cold snap can mean they need more energy – just to keep warm – and the short days leave less time to find food.
Even if we only place out a few holiday decorations at Christmas, it is interesting to see what others are doing.
Here are some simple, inexpensive natural holiday decorations I found quite lovely for the homemaker adorning her home….