Thursday, May 13, 2010

you capture::yellow

Yellow. It's such a wonderful color. It just screams spring, and I love it. Hmm, I wonder why I don't have more yellow in my house then. I suppose I just depend on the flowers outside to show off their yellow beauty. This week's theme for You Capture made me stop and think and look around. Here's what I found.
The first flowers on my tomato plants!

I get so excited every time I see a bloom or notice new growth in the garden. But right now, we're celebrating yellow...and when you see yellow blooms on tomato plants you know that one day soon it'll be a delicious, ripe, juicy tomato. Mmmmm. (that's assuming that the deer won't make a comeback)
The other yellow thing that just longed to be captured on film and shared was a small stack of successfully made...

Gluten Free Buttermilk Biscuits!

Yep, you heard me. Biscuits, not hockey pucks. Not gritty, crumbly, inedible biscuit wanna-be's. These were real live, soft, moist, tastes-like-the-real-thing biscuits. You can find the recipe here. And just so you know, I made them again yesterday and added cinnamon and raisins, topped with glaze. Delicious.
Visit I Should Be Folding Laundry for more yellow goodness. Happy Thursday. xo ANG

4 comments:

Jen said...

Yay for tomato flowers! I have some on mine too.

Amber said...

Ooh I can't wait for fresh tomatos! Thanks for the recipe too, I'm excited to try it.

Terry Elisabeth said...

The tomato flowers are announcing a big red juicy summer !

nic said...

just bought some tomato seedlings today; i can't wait for mine to have some sweet little flowers just like yours.

and those buttermilk biscuits look so pillowy soft and heavenly. yum!