Sunday, May 6, 2012

Six of mosquito filled with Lily of the Valley sauce

Today I was lucky to visit a garden. A palm-sized garden it seems, because it just looks like from my window. A comedic garden. And yet it is one of the most beautiful places in which I have ever been ...
I am filled with the smell of the brim. The scent of Lily of the Valle

Spring air after a storm, filled with he scent of flowers. I smile to myself. May ...

Lunch is  light and full of colors.

Roast chicken breast

2 chicken breasts
4 asparagus
1/2 zucchini
orange jam
Wash the chicken breast thoroughly, dry it, cut, and add salt. Arrange it  so that is in a rectangle pattern. Peel the carrots and zucchini and cut them into sticks, cut off the tough ends of asparagus.Then put into a bowl that has a tablespoon of jam (I added orange)and mustard.  Stir together.Use this glaze to spread on the meat, then on the center along the long side arrange the vegetables. Gently wrap the thread and tie the roast. Spread the rest of the grease on the top of the meat, and toast with fresh thyme. Put in the refrigerator for 2 hours. Bake at 180 degrees about 35 minutes.

May salad

1 zucchini

one  yellow squash
a handful of green peas in the pod
1/2 handfuls of green peas
1/2 handfuls of broad beans
Cherry Tomatoes
olive oil
salt and pepper
Zucchini and squash, cut into bars. Together with peas and broad beans steam for 3 minutes so that they are still crunchy. Chop tomatoes and chives. Mix all vegetable toast a little with olive oil.


and for dessert ... cake made with a breeze in the moonlight :) *

Insanely fragrant Lilies of the Valley, That you would want to eat them! :)

* Excerpts from the poem J.Tuwim "Belated Nightingale"

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