Perennials Blog Posts
Congratulations, you’ve survived the worst of a Texas Summer.Yes, we CAN contemplate gardening again!
Pictured above is the fall aster starting to bloom.
Serve these juicy, lemony, spicy chicken slices in warm pita bread or other flat breads with tahini sauce (check previous blog posts) crunchy pickles, tomato slices, and radishes.
We met in 1961 at the port in Beirut, Lebanon, but we got to know each other in the sandbox at the Beirut Baptist School (BBS).
Butterfly migrations are in full swing and I’m desperately trying to keep some native bloomers alive to fuel them on their journeys.
Full of fresh herbs and zingy dressing, this wholesome salad makes a great side dish for grilled meats, especially fish, or a complete bowl lunch by itself.
My soul is mirroring my parched and weary garden.
Charcuterie boards are all the rage, as you well know. But how about adapting this entertaining trend to picnics and tailgating?
I read a meme shared by a teacher on Facebook. If a child on the playground found a stick and was going around hitting other children, would you give all the other children sticks to defend themselves, or would you take away the one stick?
Survival is the name of the game!
Hospitality was baked into how we operated in our home in Lebanon.