OVEN BAKED onion rings? I'll bet those are wonderful! Happy weekend and blessed Sunday to you, sweet Koralee- xo Diana
A yummy weekend!!!xxxx Alessandra
The creativity of your blog is AmaziNG! I love it:)
Love those green Wellies . . . So very much . . . I enjoy your blog presentation/design!
Oh my, you are so industrious! We had our 2 littlest grandsons overnight.. we are tired! lol!((hugs)), Teresa :-)
It all looks so good! Making delicious food is the perfect way to spend the weekend!
Hi Koralee,What a whopper of an onion, have never seen one that big before.Looks like the perfect weekend with all the fresh produce and all the delicious food.Enjoy the weekendHugsCarolyn
My word chica, you've been one busy damsel! It all looks delish...happy new week dearest Koralee :)
Oh, so many yummy things!xo
I am making pesto too this weekend!CiaoAlessandra
Oh these are all of my favourite things!Weekends are indeed perfect time for cooking...and that onion, so funny!
I broke a vase this week, I will use my wellies from now on! Have a lovely week Koralee! Ada :)
BEAUtiful photos Koralee! That onion, as big as a head? I've never seen such a thing!Happy new week to you toofee x
That onion is huge !!!......enjoy a happy sunday...with all that delicous food!!...love love love Ria...xxx...
What a cute way to display flowers, love it! x
that onion is huge!we're making pesto today too :)have a super sunday koralee~~
KORALEE! I WAS BLOWN AWAY BY THE SIZE OF THAT ONION!!!!!!!!!I love, just LOVE your idea of the weekend. WE TOO love settling in with a good meal and now that the weather is cooler, it is so fun to also have a hot beverage at hand! Don't you just love making pesto? I make it all the time for pasta or....my famous stuffed burgers! I stuff a burger with GOAT CHEESE and then top it with freshly made pesto. AND if you like cilantro (we Hispanics love it), you can make your pesto with that.What a joyful post, as always!! Anita
You sure have been a busy bee in the kitchen. It is such an awarding time of year for harvesting.I like the sound of the pesto biscuits..looks good.Magie xps: That is the largest onion I have seen..wowsers!! :P
What a great combo. of colors for the end of summer. I think we like all the same things....
My goodness! You've been busy, Koralee! We had a weekend like that, too...my favorite kind! Your pictures are lovely, as always...Don't you love jadeite pieces?! I have a salt & pepper like your sugar shaker in the photo--can't get enough of them!Wishing you a lovely Sunday, dear friend!Julie
This all sounds delicious Koralee! You captured them on camera wonderfully. A joy to look at! The flowers are the finishing touch :-)Have a happy Sunday!Madelief xox
Yummy .. I bet it smells good at your house ♥♥♥happy weekend to you!
Ahhhhhhhhhhh... you've made me SO Hungry now! *LOL*Dawn... The Bohemian
Mmmmmm! Your foodie posts always make my mouth water! One of the days, I'm going to turn up on your doorstep at just-about dinner time.....;-)Carlyx
What a wonderful, colorful, joyful post..you continue to inspire❤
Sounds like a wonderful menu! I love the collage of all things fresh and good!XO,Jane
Rings sound tasty and I just love that opening photo of the wellies -brilliant!Elliex
Your pictures are soo delicious and so delightful...and that is such an amazingly big onion!! I do love the colours in this post too :) Have a happy new week,Koralee!Helen x
This is my fave post of yours so far!! Every picture is beautiful - xo Ashlyn
Oh Koralee, love the pictures, especially the green Wellies and that gigantic onion!Love my weekends out in the yard!Have a great week!Diana
A very special weekend I must say.I picked tomatoes from our garden and made a delicious cold soup, just wonderful. I can't wait until out plum tree produces plums like those. They are my favorite! Everything your made looked wonderful, delicious!
Fabulous images and post (as always)... hope school is going great!
Wow, what a huge onion!! Such yummy food, and pretties!! Have a great week! xo Heather
Corn chowder with pesto buttermilk biscuits, omg that sounds DIVINE, recipe? pleeeease
Glad to hear you had a sweet and joyful weekend!! Looks like fun! And they are the best :) I received my very pretty note cards Saturday morning....oh they are the sweetest!!Thank you so much!! Happy Monday sweet friend, xo Holly
All of the food looks so yummy and fresh.♥ kristen ♥www.beholdthemetatron.com
Where on Earth did you get that onion???
Oh my goodness, this all looks sooooo delicious! Maybe one of these days, I will take it upon myself to actually make things from scratch, instead of just buying it all! It would be nice to teach my girls a thing or two as well! (I wondered why I keep missing your posts, and for some reason your blog is "hidden" from my list. I can't like that one little bit! Now I need to get helping figuring out how to un-hide it! Boo.)
Looks like your home on the weekend is one yummy place to be! Intrigued by the plum platz. Looks delish. Is it a German dish? My uncle used to make kuchen a lot. Looks sort of similar.
dearest koralee,only you could make a food processor full of pesto look so lushly beautiful.happy september wishes, gifted onexoelyse
Such a sweet hubby to pick the plumbs..ours are almost ready too.Happy new week to you too! xo
It all looks and sounds delish! Love the pretty yellows and greens.
Your pics look so lovely and autumnal...giant onion rings Yay my boys would love those xxxx
You must be a great cook. Everything look yummy. I have never had a pesto biscuit. The onion was the biggest I have ever seen. Smiles, Susie
GOOD MORNING SWEET ONE!I love this collage so; that onion is just mighty HUGE! I bet the onion rings were just juicy and unforgettable!My dear, NO CREATIVE CONNECTION THIS YEAR??? Budget cuts???? I hope not. This cannot be! I sure would have loved to see you again. NOW, school is in full-swing for you! I should be getting into the data base system for subbing by the end of this month. I did however, get a phone call from a former colleague over at the immersion school asking me to sub for her this Friday, but I told her to wait to call on me when I get into the system since that is how I get paid!!!!Go in and SPARKLE TODAY; those kids are so blessed to have Miss. T. teach them!!! LOVE TO YOU dear and wonderful friend, Anita
Ooo! I want to come to your house on the weekends! Beautiful photos and food inspiration! And thank you for your sweet comment on Oliver's blog. I didn't realize that I was signed into his blog when I commented on yours, but glad you stopped by! xoxo!
That onion made me laugh! It is HUGE!!! All that freshness is making me hungry! How cool to even pick the plums! Never have done that before! I can't keep plums in the house...I mean I buy them but they never stay long...the boys eat so many they get sick :) (I am pretty sure you didn't really want to know that but now it's out there ;) Hope this week goes quickly so you can soon be enjoying another fall weekend :)
What joy to find your message today, sweet Koralee! Thank you! :)I hope school is going well for you!We are in full swing...What gorgeous photos, as always..Everything sounds and looks so delicious!Have a beautiful week, dear friend!Love and blessings,- Irina
Hi KoraLeeThis was a great post. My time in the kitchen is cherished also!Rebecca♥
So cute...the flowers in the wellies!Love the montage of photos and your corn chowder looks delish, Koralee!
Ok. That does it. I'm moving to your house. :-)
i love all these snippets beautiful!
I love them, too! Made my day :-) :-)PS: I came here doing a google search for my favorite song Bluebird, and what a great blog did I find as a bonus! :-)
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