Monday, July 15, 2013

Blueberry Pie and Planters Station

 Hi everyone, how are you all doing today? Feels like it is going to be a warm day today, already put the air conditioner on in the kitchen. The fans have been blowing all night long, so there is an ever so light breeze flowing through the house.

Well, as you can see in the above picture, we have blueberries!!! A friend brought them over on Saturday, oh yum were they ever good. I froze some, made sauce, ate some, made a salad and fruit salad bowl and oh, made a baked oatmeal with berries breakfast dish. AND this lovely pie in the next picture.
 I just kind of through this together using the left over Phillio sheets in the refrig, spraying each layer, then I dabbed whipped cream cheese on the phillio sheets, then poured the cooked berries over the cream cheese. Baked at 375 for 20 minutes and WAH-LAH a wonderful, tasty torte. It lasted two days. I certainly will make this again.
 Here is a piece of that pie.........only thing missing is the whip cream. Which I bought when we went out to the store later on in the day. The next piece of pie was even better!!!
 Here you see JP eating his pie, he doesn't like pictures taken of himself, nor does he like pictures taken while he eats.......or what he is eating....but we all know "Pie was on his agenda"!!!
 In the picture above is our new/old planting station and JP is giving it a work-out. I bought a bunch of petunia plants for him to plant. I paid $2.25 for 9 containers with 3 plants in each (27 little plants). So he planted them in 5 containers and took them to the church for decoration.

We have taken and planted zinnias around the church, but they got "weed-whacked" so we thought maybe planting them in pots would discourage the "weed-whacker" and he would know for sure he is to "STOP there are plants planted here"!!!!!
I took this picture from the kitchen window, you can see my purple clover in the forefront. Don't think JP knew I was taking this picture of him. I think this planting station will work out well for us. At least it is up high enough that we don't have to bend down. One person told me...."why do you need a planting station, just use the ground." Why yes, the older one gets, the harder it is to bend down and get on the knees!!! THEN it is hard to get up........so I say, "to each his own."

Well, tis time to cut this blog short, it is getting late, going on 12 noon. Time to get ready and take my bike into the bicycle shop to get fixed. It's a Schwinn and is over 42 years old. The tires are bad and it needs to be cleaned up. Gonna try riding it around the block for the rest of this summer.

Talk to you all later and have a great day and keep looking up for your redemption draws nigh.
Cheers ~ Louise

6 comments:

Attic Clutter said...

oh yummm Louise
looks so good..
Hot here too
shopped again at the Goodwill this morn.. found a couple a cool shorter skirts and a dress..so fun so cheap (:)

Patricia said...

What a nice harvest of blueberries. Your pie looks delicious.

Attic Clutter said...

ha you are a smarty (:)
cook it up and rest now and later
.....I hear ya (:)
I like to do that too
I have a hubby that wants my homemade burritos every day for lunch
so I cook up a batch that lasts him all week(:)
manny following eye.yaw..sometimes they look odd(:)
oh well.LOL
ttys

mybizzykitchen.com said...

I love all those blueberries! Last year I was in Michigan when the blueberries were in season - the best I've ever had!

I made blueberry tarts that were so easy and good - not overly sweet either, which I love.

http://mybizzykitchen.com/2012/08/20/blueberry-tarts/

Glad I could give you chuckles on the blog yesterday! :D

Attic Clutter said...

oh yes sewing(:)
check out the link I added Gerdie..her blog is all sewing..very fun(:)

Attic Clutter said...

me too love her cute spaces(:)

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