This season something in my garden sprouted up that I can really be proud of, strawberries. Yes, I know strawberries grow like a weed and require little attention, but I am proud of these little red bursts of sweetness. I love taking my friends’ kids over to our little strawberry patch so they can pick their own fresh little berry and eat it adventurously right from the ground. Spring and strawberries are pretty much synonymous for me. What flavors your spring, is it fresh berries, or tomatoes, a handful of fresh herbs or a farmer’s
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bucket of peaches?
Here are a few June-time recipes from my favorite local blogs:
Fresh Herb Focaccia Bread by Two Peas and Their Pod
Strawberry Yogurt Scones by Completely Delicious
Baby Kale and Mozzarella Quesadillas by Kalyn’s Kitchen
Fresh Berry Parfaits by Barbara Bakes
Quinoa Tabbouleh Salad with Herbs and Cucumbers by Cafe Johnsonia
Asian Mizuna Greens and Pasta Salad by Project Domestication
Grilled Mushrooms with Chive Dipping Sauce by Cookin’ Canuck
On another note, if you like the Indian wood serving tray pictured above, you can purchase it on Vintage Mixer etsy!