Yesterday when I made us some Loaded Nacho's for supper. . .
I ran out to cut some fresh chives.
I'm looking forward to a little pampering today and then Valentines dinner with friends tonight. .
and the rest of the weekend will fill up on it's own . .
it always does.
all for now ..
This is when I do admit to being a little envious of your weather, while sitting here under a couple of feet of the white stuff, in Eastern Ontario. I am so longing for growing things!!!ReplyDelete
I bet the Nachos were extra delicious!
Have a great weekend!
I'm thinking of starting a herb garden this spring -- your post inpires me -- thank you! Enjoy your Valentine's weekend!ReplyDelete
Deep sigh. I won't see chives before the end of May. (I'll try to remember to document, er share.) Next thing you know, the rhubarb will be up. (I must confess to getting a titch excited about Paska again.)ReplyDelete
Chives!! Mine are under a foot of snow somewhere!ReplyDelete
I guess I should go and see if mine are up yet. Sounds like you have a nice start to the weekend.....enjoy!ReplyDelete
Every day I go out to check on my garlic and onions - spunky little plants!ReplyDelete
Oh I can't wait - here in WV we still have ice and snow but I know my chives will pop their little green stems up soon and I can enjoy them on my baked potato. I have seeds starting in little egg shells in the kitchen and so look forward to feeling the dirt in my hands again. Enjoy your nachos - I'll have to try that! Love your recipes!ReplyDelete
Chives already?..here I would have to dig down a few feet to find anything green growing and I suspect there is nothing green there anyway:)ReplyDelete
Oh boy! If you can grow chives I'm thinking I can grow them here too. I love chives. Thanks for the documentation!!ReplyDelete
Don't you love having fresh herbs to snip? The chives are the only green in my herb garden at the moment.ReplyDelete
May your weekend unfold just as you would like it to!
Anything fresh...chives or flowers I would accept. Have a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
Nachos much have chives...MUST!ReplyDelete
I always have chives among my herbs, but I won't see growing here again until March.ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful Valentine's Day!
Seriously? We still have 4 feet of snow on the ground!ReplyDelete
Happy Hearts Day, Lovella!!!
I am just catching up on a week of little blog reading....what! you are cutting chives already? What is it with the rest of the world having such a nice early spring (like the UK) and here in the midwest we are still buried under snow and ice!!! Ah well, making the most of winter while we have it.ReplyDelete