Hard work but so lovely...
Oh yum!! Looks like your garden was plentiful. :o)
Is that peach pie I smell??You have quite the green thumb Dana.Don't you have animals trying to eat everything?Honestly, I can't believe how much of my crops get eaten by, groundhogs, deer, squirrels and chipmunks!Happy sewing
That pie looks ooohhwweee gooey good!!!
Wow, a generous bounty. Those pickle jars are gorgeous.
Yum! Look at all the pickles. Our garden was sad this year of the lack of rain. It is also our first one in a really long time--so we learned a lot. Yours looks wonderful. L,A-
Yummy freshness. Can I come hang out in your kitchen?
It all looks so super good! Can I ask what recipe do you use for the pickles? I would love to try it with our farm fresh goodies.
Oh My! That all looks so delicious! I'm hungry now!
Okay, you need to come to my house and teach me to can. I just bought a canner and put up my first batch of tomatoes. I bought peaches yesterday, so they're next. The photo of the figs is lovely. What are you going to do with them?
Yum! Everything looks really good. The line of pickle jars makes me want to get busy and make some of my own now.
Mmmm, can I come over for dinner? LOL it all looks great Dana!
looks vedy vedy familiar...only we don't have figs (gorgeous) and the peaches are just coming on. I can't believe it's August and I'm STILL waiting for tomatoes. They are being coy this year.
Looks delicious!!!!! I'll be right over after I finish Tipper's blueberry pie!!
Everything looks great all your hard work has paid off I can smell that pie here and the pickles are to die for yum yum. Hugs Mary.
Oh my heavens. Those figs! What did you do with them?
YUM!That's looks very delicious! ..And makes me want a garden ,;)
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