Tasha Tudor's Garden while enjoying this warm morning under the shade of our Pomegranate tree. I dressed my small garden table with a white battenburg lace tablecloth, a vintage handkerchief for a napkin and on the chair is a crochet afghan that a dear friend made for me one year for my birthday.
I often eat a baked potato for breakfast. It is chock full of nutrients, like potassium, B6, riboflavin, folate, magnesium, phosphorous, iron and zinc. It has 45% of our daily requirement of Vit C, is a good source for fiber and even has protein. Make sure you eat the skin too, it has 20% of the nutrients!
You can find my recipe at A Table for Rue, Please my herbal cooking blog.
One thing that I love about my collection of gardening books, is that I will no doubt find some pressed leaves or flowers in them that I found either in my garden or at gardens that I have visited. I have one book that has many leaves that I collected at my husband's family farm in Lovingston VA. I am not sure what book they are in but that is okay, it will be a wonderful surprise when I pull that book out one day and see them; bringing back all sorts of wonderful memories of the day I collected them and spent the day pressing them.