Welcome to The Hearth and Soul Blog Hop. The weather is finally much more like summer here in England, and the garden is really beginning to take off. Having said that, my vegetable beds have definitely felt the strain of one of the latest and driest Springs we have had for many years. While my peas and beans are doing great, my zucchini are not nearly as abundant as they were last year. The ones I am able to harvest don’t grow beyond a few inches long no matter how long I leave them. But that is the beauty of nature, every year is different, and brings its own surprises. This year it’s baby zucchini!
Thank you so much to everyone who linked up last week. I really enjoyed visiting so many wonderful posts. A few that caught my eye were these fresh and seasonal Cherry Almond Muffins from Loving My Domestic Life,
the gorgeousYucca Flower, Mushroom and Feta Frittata from Girlichef,
and this unique and refreshing Grapefruit Meringue Pie from Canela Kitchen.
Please join us and share your favourite recipes and the stories behind them. No matter who we are or where we come from, our food history brings us together as we share our own traditions and learn about those of others. That is a big part of what Hearth and Soul is all about. To read our full mission statement and the rules for linking please click here. Please remember that it is very important you link to your specific blog post and not just your blog, and please be courteous and link back to the hop on one of the host sites. You can use the badge below, by copying and pasting the HTML code into your post, or you can simply use a text link.
Thank you from all of us on the Hearth and Soul Blog Hop Team,
April of The 21st Century Housewife
Alea from Premeditated Leftovers
Alex at A Moderate Life
Jason at Alternative Health and Nutrition
Swathi of Zesty South Indian Kitchen