Visited a friend’s house that had a beautiful backyard full of these luscious, ripe peaches. They had asked me to take quite a few bags home with me. I was hesitant because I really didn’t want too many peaches at the house. Knowing they would go bad. They told me that it’ll be worth my while if I did take them home. I could definitely wash, slice and freeze them for cobblers, pies, jams and ice cream. So I decided I would take some off their hands. Ended up with 4 bags of the peaches. They were so sweet and I really did get to enjoy them. Very thankful for a chance to harvest these beauties.
Another beautiful week has ended. Took this shot while at the football field at the back portion of the CNM Westside campus. The sun gleaming its way through the clouds. That night after the sun went down the winds picked up. It was a very warm and humid day, but ended up with a cold breeze of dirt. Not a very exciting way to end the night.
Late Post. Taken back on August 2nd. I have been very busy with, tah-dah … Life! You know when you get caught up in so many events going on with your life that you forget to document. I have been unattached from my blog lately due to unavoidable situations. This particular photo was taken at the beginning of August. Definitely one of those spur of the moment shots that I could not skip. I hope everyone has a wonderful week! Thank you for following me on WordPress and on Instagram.
Late post from Wednesday, July 26th. This is one of those recipes that my family loves to devour! Consisting of the chicken thighs, makes a delicious dinner that is irresistible! This dinner consists of marinading the chicken in some soy sauce, honey, garlic (whole and minced), ginger and olive oil. I know you can always grill this, but it’s been too hot lately to cook outside. I baked these and they taste just as good.
Late post from last Monday. I always keep leftover kalua pig in the freezer. Makes it easier to make dinner on those busy weekdays. This particular time, I made the kalua pig crispy. Then I baked up some sweet potato fries. Topped the sweet potato fries with the crispy kalua pig, mixed stir fry vegetables, green onions and a dollop of sour cream. This was a good dinner for the family. Even though it may seem like an appetizer, it fed us all. What a delicious experiment!
Visited a local bar yesterday and saw this beautiful sunset. I couldn’t resist not snapping a photo of the sky. You can see the sun rays peeking through the clouds. Beauty in nature. I love it! Hope everyone has a great weekend!