Tuesday, May 18, 2010

If It's Tuesday.......


Tuesday is the day before Wednesday and Wednesday is the Farmer's Market so often just before a Wednesday we may run out of the sort of greens that are bought at the aforementioned market.


Running out does not mean deprivation by any means, but rather a foray into the garden, which is at last yielding a decent amount of fresh lagomorphic friendly provender. For this morning's second breakfast I picked the following roses, nasturtiums, honeysuckle flowers, borage flowers, escarole, mint, yarrow, dandelion, bolting chicory, lavender and a bit of rosemary. Needless to say no bun complained save to ask for more.......

It is hard to get too much of Amelia's ear tricks....

Action shot.......



18 comments:

mum of critters said...

Nice! Fidget still isn't spoiled quite to that degree :-)

d. moll, l.ac. said...

MOC-what??!!!! are they spoiled? I had no idea.....

Annette F Tait said...

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hmm - I just caught Arabella up on the keyboard!!
ooh! delightful breakfasts! Looks like a 5 star Hilton!
when I get a garden!..

d. moll, l.ac. said...

AFT- see you soon Arabella!!! I think we wouldn't quite get 5 stars, maid service can a bit slow....

Lo said...

Love this blog. Spoiled? How would I know......I still carry my cat's breakfast back to the bedroom and give her breakfast in bed........

M.Kate said...

wow! That came from your garden? I am super impressed! seems like something I can eat..or should eat haha! Hugs..M

Crafty Green Poet said...

that looks like a very tasty bunny feast, no wonder Amelia has such happy ears!

Lisa said...

That breakfast looks delicious! Annette - We'll see you there. D- your garden must be gorgeous! and thanks for sharing Amelia's ears. They really brighten up a rainy day (or week, as it were).

The Bunns said...

We have secured 10 cut-rate seats on the next Bunways flight out of Washington and will be right over .... don't let us down now ...

Charlotte, Cottontails said...

Nosebonks back from Humphrey - along with a jealous foot flick for me because his breakfast wasn't as nice as your guys, not to mention he only had one.
C
xx

Glenna said...

Uh oh. My rabbits have spied your garden's contents and wonder why their own chow doesn't measure up.

RoadBunner said...

Man, your rabbits have the most exotic, beautiful salads! Mario is major jealous!

Silver said...

Ankles says we have rosemary.
She says she didn't think I would like it.
I am sending her out now.
NOW!

Silver said...

Blech!

The Bunns said...

Blech! X 10!


(Racer says "Hey", Silver)

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Bs-we are ready for you, just don't bring RG and BL or we won't have have FUN!!!!
S-you are a bun of highly discriminating tastes or else you are really up tight :) loosen up girl!
RB-tell Mario this is not everyday! usually it's just dandies and parsley or romaine or something mundane....
G-see above, and plant your garden according to rabbit specifications if you want less disapproval at home.
CC-Humphrey is welcome to visit any time! :)
L-OK we have the Bunns, Annette's duo and yours, up to 14!
CGP-ears speak volumes in rabbits.
MK-we grow a lot of food items.....
L-can the cat walk?? if not that is a spoiled cat! keep up the good work.

RoadBunner said...

Mario appreciates knowing the Rabbits 4 have to eat parsley, too! Ha!

I will be at Bunnyfest this weekend. If you think you might be there, too, email me at roadbunner at gmail . com and w can figure something out!

Michelle May said...

Amelia, can I share breakfast with you? Looks so good!