20 July 2010


I have been working outside all morning in my yard. It's amazing how fast weeds and grass will grow where you don't want them to grow, and we have been so busy with other things that the yard has been put on hold.
So with my tummy growling I came inside to see what I could make. Nothing looked appealing, so I took shrimp out of the freezer for supper. Ohhh...shrimp salad sounds good!

It looked so pretty I had to share! Too bad you can't taste it, because it tastes delicious!! Hmmmm, maybe that will be what I make for supper too. Nothing like wild Georgia shrimp as I finish my last bite while blogging! Now back outside....the jungle is calling!


Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Now THAT is a salad! Sounds so good, especially in this hot summer.
Enjoy every bite!


Silke said...

That looks so delicious!! And so pretty on that plate. I love that plate!!

Isn't it amazing how fast weeds can take over the yard? In our climate here, everything grows so fast - weeds included!

Hope you are having a most wonderful day!! Love, Silke

P.S. Next time we visit Decatur or Atlanta, I'll let you know! I didn't know you lived so close... It really would be fun to meet!!

Roses and Lilacs said...

Oh, that looks so good. I didn't have lunch today so I'm staring at the screen like I'm obsessed:)

Marilyn said...

Mmmmmmm....If it swims I will eat it!! Well....I may have some limitations!!

Julie Marie said...

Hello Ulrike... oooh that shrimp salad looks so good, YUM! I wish I could just grab it right off the computer! xoxo Julie Marie

Southern Lady said...

That looks so yummy! A perfect dish for a hot day. Carla

Monica@The White Bench said...

Mmmm so scrumptious! I want to give it a try!
Lovely colors too!

hollyhock garden antiques said...

your garden shed is going to be so cool!love the windows!

september cottage said...

OH that DOES sound good!!! Yummy!!!!

And WHAT is it with weeds? Why can 'normal' plants not grow has quickly and easily? Wouldn't that be nice...?! :)

Enjoy your supper :)!!! (I'd have it again!)


Mary said...

Tasty cold dishes have been welcomed in this heatwave. Yesterday I made Gazpacho using my garden tomatoes and cukes - it turned out great. We had chilled glass bowls of it for supper last night......with a Havarti and avocado panini, yummy!

Merisi said...

I don't know what looks better, the salad or the plate. Together, they sure look gorgeous. Bon appetit! :-)

Love the overflowing basket of lavender in the previous post! Where in the Southeast do you live? I moved to V. from DC.

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