Sunday, August 8, 2010

Eggy Herby Goodness!

I opened a bite from my egg omelet this morning to show you!  Lots of herbs inside!  I keep telling you it's my favorite time of year for food!  Had some basil, parsley, marjoram, dill, mint and tarragon inside.  Oh, and a fresh tomato or two on the side!  Got to run the garden is calling.  Hope you have a great day wherever you may be.  Got to think of my award winners.  Jules bestowed an award on me and I have to pick out who I pass the award to.  Terrible sentence.  Oh, well, I will do better next time!  Talk to you later.   Don't forget to comment if you want to win and give me some contact information if you don't have a blog of your own!

7 comments:

Birgit said...

Why is it that I now crave an omelet with herbs?! Talk about a yummy breakfast (or lunch or dinner at that...). :)

Congrats on receiving the award from Jules -- I clearly see why she passed it on to you! :)

-- Birgit

Carol said...

Oh how yummy looking! Slept in this am so haven't had breakfast yet....you probably know what's on the menu now!

Anonymous said...

I've never followed a blog or posted to one so I'm taking a full dive in! My sister in FL follows you and says you are "informative and imaginative" and that I would enjoy following your blogs. Do you know of any herbs that are especially beneficial to chickens or llamas? I'll post "anonymous" for now because I don't know how to do otherwise!

lemonverbenalady said...

Thanks, Birgit for your kind words.

Glad I could give you a suggestion, Carol!

Hello, Anonymous, I'm not sure whether you mean medicinally or just for them to eat. I found a British website that talk about medicinal choices and beneficial plants in the pasture. Here is the website:

http://www.alternativevet.org/herbs.htm
(This is all on one line, no spaces. It just doesn't fit here.)
On the left hand side you can click on Beneficial Plants in Pasture and Poisonous Plants to give you a flip side. I think you will find lots of choices. I wish it gave botanical names because they are universal. Usually England speaks only in botanical names not common names, but see what you think. I would be happy to help you further if necessary. If you happen to win a book or notepad, I will need some contact information from you. So stay close. Thanks for your question. Nancy

lemonverbenalady said...

I also want to say that I am just giving you the website information. I have not used it previously so I have not independently confirmed the information on that website. It is for information purposes only.

Julie said...

My mouth is watering but I am so full from dinner. Could it be that this omelet looks so good that even when I'm full I could still dive into one of these?

lemonverbenalady said...

Very funny, Julie! It's those herbs working their magic! Thanks for stopping by!