We found the perfect recipe for grilled shrimp! Cook’s Illustrated told me to put them on skewers, grill then take them off skews and put them in a pan of melted butter, garlic and lemon juice. Oh yeah. That worked–best shrimp ever!
I love hosting my team for dinner. It is my chance to appreciate them and thank them for their hard work for the Lord.
This time, I had a harvest theme for my menu. Grilled/smoked pork loin stuffed with dried apples, craisins, and apple cider. Grilled red potatoes with garlic and rosemary. Green salad with apple, blue cheese, craisins, and apple cider vinaigrette. And for dessert, pumpkin whoopie pies. It made for a great dinner and dessert! I prepped the dessert, pork, and potatoes the night before then John threw them on the grill before the guests arrived.
My dahlias didn’t do as well this year as they did last year. I had only a handful of flowers. This one was beautiful this morning through.
John’s parents have blessed us with some of their furniture. We drove to Cleveland, packed it up into the rental truck and drove back home a day later. Such a whirlwind, but we are grateful for the blessings. The drive home was beautiful!
Nancy and Glen are such great parent, loving their four children, each in a special way. I am sure it takes a lot to handle a big family, but these two are doing a great job! I love this quiet moment contrasted by the wild one in the background.
Congratulations to Kendra and Dan!
Had a great time yesterday doing a photoshoot of baby Zoe. Isn’t she precious?!?
Hopefully by now you have seen that Indiana has more than corn. But, we also have, well, corn. The morning light makes the leftover stalks quite beautiful.
Saw this effect on Flickr–vertical panning. Love the colors!