While discussing favorite summer deserts with a foody friend, we decided that Tiramisu was a definite contender for a first-place summer desert.
While harvesting larkspur seeds with me, a dear friend asked, “How do you abide with God?” I was initially startled by the question, but then at ease and quite forthcoming with my answer.
Your early summer, late spring vegetables are ready for harvest. Stand on your porch. Gaze out on your abundant fresh produce and figure out the answer to the most frequently asked question. “What’s for supper?”
Do you feel imprisoned? Are you locked up by grief and pain?Read the story of Job again and figure out which character you are?
Several of you requested the recipe for my blackberry cobbler after I posted a picture of it on FB for the occasion of my husband, Tim’s, birthday. I’m calling it “any fruit cobbler” because this same recipe and technique can be used for any fruit in season. I especially remember mom making peach cobbler and “toot” (mulberry) cobbler in Lebanon.