Saturday, April 10, 2010

Time to use up some Peaches from the Jars!


I should have taken a closer picture of this pie so you could see the edge design...I didn't do too bad with this one...I think with a little more practice they will look  much better...the Crust taste is really good it seems to be tasting better each time...


Just thought I'd also show how much growth
has taken place with the "Blessed Tree" She
now appears to have never had any damage
at all..Some of you will remember how she lost a limb to a storm..and I was going to remove it from the area , because I was too
Citified (coming from the City to the Country)  to know she would heal herself if I left it alone to do just that :o)   She has a few dead branches at the top and as soon as Cecil is able he will cut them off...She is such a beautiful tree, I just love her.

7 comments:

Deborah said...

She really is a beautiful tree! And your pie looks wonderful! I'm canning strawberry jam today with strawberries I got from the strawberry festival.

ladydi said...

Are we having ice cream with the pie?

I do love watching nature's healing process - your tree is magnificent!

The Gingerbread House said...

Deborah I have strawberrys in the freezer from last year...I need to use them up before they get frostbite :o(...

Ladydi, yes we will have ice cream with the pie too :o)...I'm so happy the tree survived and is doing well :o)...Ginny

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Kathleen From Eggs In My Pocket said...

Yummy looking pie, Ginny! Such a pretty tree. Also, I just love little Avery in your previous post! blessings,Kathleen

cici said...

a pretty tree indeed. I just wish the blooms lasted longer in the spring. After a closer look at that pie, I can see your pie dish has a wider edge than I've seen before. I guess you can make some fancy edges with it♥

The Gingerbread House said...

Cici,the edges are wider,sometimes that helps then sometimes its a pain...I'll keep trying...Ginny