Saturday, July 30, 2011

Our Garden.

And rose water. I stumbled across this post and saw the link to make this!
I'm gonna save it for winter. How good will this smell when there is 3 feet of coldness out?


Theresa said...

Looks beautiful!

That rose water will be wonderful come winter! I know there are other uses for rose water, but I can't think of what they are!

We are having grilled zucchini, tomato and eggplant from our garden on ciabatta with fresh mozzarella and basil from our garden for dinner tonight! YUM!

mamak said...

Don't you love cooking with what's in your back yard?
I think you can cook with rose water as well..

Helena said...

It's so hard to imagine 3 feet of coldness when I look at this bounty. Gorgeous!!

Tell me what you do with rose water in winter? I'm thinking long, languid rosewater baths, while the snow piles up, and you tinkle a bell in candlelight for someone to bring you an enormous hot chocolate or perhaps a delicate nibblet, and violin music plays sweetly, softly in the background.

Hmmm. Have I got it right? I'm sure I have! Love the pics Mamak. They are beautiful, summery, lovely :)

denise said...

I don't know how I missed this post. *I* missed a garden post?? ;) Everything looks fantastic! I dream of having space for that much good stuff.

I still sniff our rose water every time I pass the bottle. And I love it to spray around. But I'm trying not to use it all up so I have it this winter!!!