I have Niger Seed sock bags on the two pines in the front of my front porch. The finches enjoy those but I have yet to get a picture because if I am sitting down out there the view is not right, and if I stand up or come out the door, the finches fly away.
I did spot one on the sunflowers in the back and when I went outside he flew around, played peek-a-boo on the trumpet vine, and then did stay still for a few seconds.
It’s nice to see what’s growing in my little garden and come into the house with some veggies to wash and eat later.
I do love fried zucchini. I know of two methods. Either I dip the zucchini in egg first, then use a mixture of bread crumbs, corn meal and flour, or I flour it first, and then dip it in egg. This zucchini was cooked with the second method and then simply lightly salted and peppered and dusted with Parmesan. I use a minimal amount of olive oil…just enough to get me by.
Tomato season has begun. Oh, there is nothing like fresh garden tomatoes, is there…either from your own or the local farmer. Time to enjoy while it lasts :)