full circle in the hundred acre wood

IMG_0002  The oregano patch out back stayed the course all winter, not growing much, but not diminishing, either.

With warm spring days and some rain along, it has tripled in size.

The sprig here, and some others, went into a simple lemon juice and olive oil marinade to infuse chunks of chicken breast with their mediterranean flavors.


IMG_0007 Our little indoor grill was just right for two skewers of chicken.

IMG_0003  While the chicken was marinating, this lovely bunch went into a hot oven to roast. It’s a mix of new potatoes, baby portabella mushrooms, sweet red pepper, yellow squash, zucchini and carrots, along with some roughly chopped garlic, and a handful of thyme and rosemary from the herb patch.

IMG_0003-1  Best of all. . . . are the leftovers for lunch! A bit of chicken, veggies and Feta cheese wrapped up in warm wheat flatbread. Yum.

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